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Old 06-09-2020, 07:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Nissan 370z MCS 2 way non-remote coilovers w/swift 16kg/10kg springs. Has 4 helper springs and Ground Control hats. Rebuilt last yr, only 2k miles on them.

$2600

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Link to shock dynos from rebuild.

614-373-8220

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Here is the for sale section.
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Questions:

Reading at the literature on MCS website, how do you adjust compression and rebound independently via a single knob? Never seen this before.

Also, do you have receipts for the rebuild? Name of shop that did the rebuild? Reason for the rebuild?

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Edit: seems like the rebuild was done by MCS’s founder Lex Carson.
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Reading at the literature on MCS website, how do you adjust compression and rebound independently via a single knob? Never seen this before.
It's got a button on the top of the knob that you press to switch between compression and rebound adjustments. One type of adjustment is made when the button is up and the other when the button is down. Seems like a pretty novel idea
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Lex rebuilt them the first time, MCS had an issue with the valve flow hat sticking with their early products and was fixed under warranty. Wyatt rebuilt them in april of 2019 for more height adjustability range. I couldn't lower my vehicle more than an half inch until this was done.
I have the whole email chain from wyatt concerning the rebuild and recommended spring rates.

Motion Control did both of the rebuilds.
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