The MCS 1WNR damper is a single-adjustable damper with an adjustment range of 18 settings. Built as an “entry-level” (yet still race-capable and winning) damper, MCS 1WNR dampers are upgradable to our other damper systems. The modular design of MCS damper systems use interchangeable parts for an easy upgrades, without the need to invest in a new package. All MCS dampers are fully rebuildable, serviceable and can be custom-valved and upgraded any time.
These dampers are packed with technical features with elegantly clean execution. The monotube design is very stable with more oil capacity and better heat dissipation than twin tube dampers. Large shafts give extremely high, low-friction side-load support unmatched by shocks inverted and converted for strut applications. The large main piston gives quick, accurate damper response and the divider piston separates oil and gas, eliminating cavitation which often causes noise and sloppiness.
The MCS 1WNR damper system rings tremendous value and capability in a clean, easy to install and use package; and for these very reasons, was chosen to be used for NASA Spec E46 and NASA Spec Iron racing series.
18 Clicks of Rebound Adjustment
The MCS 1WNR damper is a single-adjustable damper with an adjustment range of 18 settings.
Application specific valving covers a wide range of spring rates and eliminates the need to constantly revalve every time you want to increase or decrease your spring rate. MCS has engineered its adjustment mechanisms so each click can be felt, but never feels like you’ve gone too far.
Main Piston Assembly
Nitrogen Gas is stored in this compartment and allows for more usable stroke and better control of pressure across dividing piston.
Separates the gas cavity from the oil cavity.
Proprietary adjustment mechanism to manipulate damping forces.
Generates overall valving range. Valving can be manipulated by changing the non-preloaded shim stack configuration on the compression and rebound sides of the piston.
Provides additional lateral support on piston end of shaft assembly.
Creates additional lateral support on shaft-end side of shaft assembly.
Also known as piston rod. Responsible for displacing fluid in the damper body to be controlled by piston assembly and adjustment mechanism. We utilize 22mm diameter shafts for strut applications and 16mm diameter for shock applications on the 1WNR damper system.
Connected to the internal adjustment mechanism and allows the user to adjust damping forces easily.
We have a broad range of damper systems available, ranging from a single adjustable system, to a triple adjustable system with remote reservoirs. No matter which MCS system you choose, you can expect to achieve faster lap times, better tire wear and a system that will grow with you as both driver and car progress. MCS provides consultation for consumers, allowing them to make an educated decision as to which damper system will best fit their goals.Find the damper system that’s best for you