Most Popular 5×114.3 Wheels | The Build Sheet

Most Popular 5×114.3 Wheels | The Build Sheet

– Here’s something new
you may or may not know. We offer a ton of wheels,
tires, and suspension over at, and if you didn’t know that already, and Alex hasn’t drilled
that into your heads, then welcome, because
you must be new here. And if that’s the case, hello. However, because we have
so many options for wheels we get a good look into what you guys like as far wheels go, and what you like running on your cars. So that being said, on today’s episode of the “Build Sheet” we wanted to bring a list
of some of the top wheels that are available in that lovely five by 114.3 bolt pattern. (intense bass intro) Before we go ahead and jump right into it, don’t forget to subscribe
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Forged multi-piece wheels. We gathered this list from
what we’ve seen people select the most of when picking up wheels from,
and we have some good ones. Starting off the list of
the most popular wheels in a five by 114 bolt
pattern is, of course, the Cosmis Racing XT-206R. Now, you probably heard
us talk about Cosmis and the 206R before, and
that’s because it’s just one of those wheels
that not only looks good on just about everything
you can put it on, but they are also pretty affordable. The 206R gives you a step lip
of the split six spoke design that can get a good amount of concave, which is why it is such a
popular wheel that tends to stop people when
they’re scrolling through a list of wheels. The finishes are also another big feature that not only XT-206R offers, but Cosmis Racing offers in general. With finishes like hyper
bronze, red, gold, and black, and many more that they offer, there’s something for
everyone to be able to go with the colors of their car. You can even get a two toned option, with a gray face and a polish
slip, which really make the wheels stand out, and it’ll add even just a little
more depth into the design. The 206R also comes in a
ton of sizes and offsets that are suitable for, not
only wire cars by themselves, but even some wide body
applications as well. With widths getting up
in the 11 inch range, and offsets strapping
is as low as plus eight, from anywhere between $1200 to
$1400, depending on the size, you can find yourself sitting
on a new set of XT-206R. Next up is the fan favorite
that has been around for a long time, and has proven
itself time and time again, and that will be none
other than the NK RPF1. Extremely light weight
and classic with another split six spoke face. The RPF1 is a very popular
choice for Evo’s, Subaru’s, Miata’s, 240’s, Civic’s. (patting thigh while heavily sighing) Who am I kidding? It’s a everyone loves the RPF1, it’s a popular choice for anything. Even though NK isn’t one
of the new hit wheel brands of the century, they stick
to what they’re good at, and then brought forth some
fantastic wheel choices with the RPF1 being one of them. And the RPF1 has become one of the most recognizable wheels on the market today. They are available on pretty
much any size you can ask for, even smaller sizes for a lot
of guys and gals out there, which is why it’s become
almost the go to for anyone with a NA or NB Miata, but moving on. You can pick them up
in either silver, gold, black, or even a chrome
finish, which is actually more of a like a hyper
black finish, which is not like super chrome or anything like that. Typically $1400 to $1500 is a price to pay if you’re going to pay for
some 17 or 18 inch RPF1’s, but the smaller guys are going to be starting off around $1000, making them affordable, light
weight performance wheel that gets you the fitment and style that everyone is looking for. Coming in hot for the number
three spot is the Aodhan DS07, and this is simply due to the
sizes of not only the wheels, but the amount of lip that they offer, paired with their very
affordable price tag. The DS07 is a simulated,
multi piece wheel design that is a multi spoke design of the face, a massive amount of lip
that is really thought after by the 350Z and the 370Z
community, but the sizes offered upwards of 19 by 11 plus 15, the DS07 can get pretty aggressive. And then you can choose from
an either bronze, silver, or a gloss black finish, with
different colored hardware. Depending on the size that you pick up, the set of DS07 is going to run you anywhere between $800 to $1000. Making it a super, popular choice for anyone who’s looking to pick
up a set of wheels on a budget. Moving on to my personal
favorite of mine, will be the Gram Lights 57CR. The CR is a fantastic
five spoke design that was developed by Rays Engineering, and put under the Gram Lights name. Rays Engineering is responsible
for all Gram Light wheels, as well as other wheel brands
you might heard of, Volk. The 57CR is a cast wheel,
which does surprise some people as they usually look at these wheels, and really expect them to be similar to their big brother Volk. The 57 offers very minimal approach in the design and styling. It can really look good on
a lot of different cars. Now, the five spoke
isn’t really your thing, you might want to snag up some 57DR’s, which can add a few more spokes for right around the same price point. A ton of different sizes and offsets match perfectly for most vehicles, which still allows you to
run a decent size tire. Usually seeing these on
cars that are running a good amount of air, or that
have more of like a track, or if it’s set up, and that’s
what really sells the 57CR. As far as finishes go, they have some absolutely
killer colors as well. Gun blue is a solid choice,
more like a gunmetal gray. Or you can go with a gloss
black. You can go with gold. You can go with bronze.
You can go with pink. And my favorite, eternal blue pearl. Even though these are more a little expensive wheels on the list, they are a perfect choice
for a lot of enthusiasts, and then can be picked up anywhere between $1600 to $2000 a set. And then last, but certainly
not least on the list for today is the wheel brand that
is really taken the scene by storm in the last few years, and they have a wheel
that is been, you know, taking our common section,
and blowing it up, and we literary, like,
move them off of the wall, and out of frame, because
our boy JT was about to lose his mind answering the
same question a 1000 times over, and exaggerating, of course, and I’m joking, a little
bit, but we love you guys. But Kansei wheels has come out swinging with the real
designs in the last few years, and the Kansei KNP has quickly become by far the brands most popular wheel. The big five spoke wheel,
with a bit of set lip, allows the KNP to look
absolutely amazing on pretty much anything you can throw it on. There are manufactures, and
there’s form like technology which in a general sense of things, makes it a flow form wheel. Flow form, flow forage,
forage foam floor, flow light firm wheel, whatever you want to call it. One of the things that
really makes a KNP unique is the bronze finish that Kansei offers. They label it as their
texture bronze finish, which gives the wheel a
little bit of a matte, or satin bronze look to it, but also has a bit of a
rougher texture, almost like a teflon pan, if you feel the inside of your cooking pan is what that finish is, and it looks really, really good. However, if it’s not
your thing, you can also get them in a dark
gunmetal finish as well, which is a gloss finish,
almost like a metallic paint to it, or a hyper silver. Not only do they look really good, but they’re also really dang affordable. Coming in at a lovely certain
point of just under $1000 for a set of four, which
makes them absolutely huge contender for any other
wheels in that price range, and that’s why that we’ve seen
them just kind of blowing up in popularity, and seeing
them all over our gallery. But there you have it! Those are some five wheels
we see that are very, very popular that people are saying at that are available in that five by 114.3 bolt pattern. Don’t forget, if there’s
a wheel you think that should’ve been on the list, feel free to drop it down in
the comments section below, and don’t forget to subscribe. Check out the wheel giveaway
that we got going on with the ESR Forged and
all that good stuff. I’m Jiles from Fitment Industries, and we will see you later. (deep bass hip-hop beat)

84 thoughts on “Most Popular 5×114.3 Wheels | The Build Sheet

  1. Do a video on the vw cc

  2. Was just on the site last night looking at 5×114.3 wheels haha

  3. shameless plug but we all know where we should be buying wheels, tires, and suspension…i don't even gotta say it^

  4. 4th

  5. They should make wheels with Gels face on it…THE PERFECT WHEELS

  6. I was just literally looking for rims for my crown vic and this vid pops up exact episode pops up that's the same bolt pattern for vics

  7. RPF1s and Slipstreams are the most played out Honda wheels ever

  8. awesome content you deserve more subscribers

  9. This is true for the konsei wheels ahahah. I always look forward for every video just to see it at the Background.

  10. Speaking of 5×114.3 Can yall please get the 19" Niche Methos M195 back in stock soon please? 😭 I NEED them for my '07 Mustang!

  11. Lemme guess, rpf1 and the te37 are in this list.

  12. Gels for sure looks best clean shaven please pass this along to him

  13. Speaking my language boys!

  14. Xt206r one of my dream wheel

  15. Where's my 5×100 gang at?

  16. What kind of wheels would you like to see us talk about next? Check out all of our 5×114.3 wheel options here!

  17. They always post videos on things I’m searching for days before

  18. 3:21 is actually Tyler Tea not whatever redline lifestyle is

  19. Hey guys, I have a infiniti g37s coupe and I’d like to know if 20"x 10+23 offset front and 20×11 0 offset rear it would fit my car, without any major modifications to the suspension components.

    Thank u guys great content as always.
    Im a sub since 60k 👍

  20. I love you guys and please let me know 5×108 <3 Focus gang is a hard life for wheels.

  21. Thankkk youuu. Finally lol

  22. Enkei RPF1s are the best ones right here

  23. TE37 and Work Meisters S1

  24. Guys at 4:11 what the hell happened to the Genesis Coupe community? 😂

  25. Great video 👌.. I'm trying the same fitment on my e46.. i want to see another Mario Kart showdown 🦾

  26. Could you guys do for the 5×112 wheels too? I need new ideas for my car 😔

  27. The way you and Alex talk on these videos is very similar. Did you know, or notice that?! Just something I noticed.
    Keep up the cool vids!

  28. .. I have 5×115.. why does God hate me?

  29. am i the only one who didn't like even one wheel on this list?

  30. Just bought some 18×8 +35 advanti racing wheels for my G35 coupe 🤩

  31. "simulated multi piece" I'm gonna steal that sales pitch.

  32. How about the mb battles ? You see everything from civics to 240sxs running those

  33. I ordered a set of revolve 1219s 100×5 though haha in hyper silver

  34. Advan GT wheels are on my buy list. I currently run stock 20s, going to 21s.

  35. Anytime I see the enkei rpf1 I see boring. Tired of seeing those enkei rpf1,s. Sure they look ok but they are like a pair of New Balance shoes, boring and look just ok. I hate those wheels so much I bought an mr2 and the guy who sold it to me gave me a choice between the rpf1 or older impul wheels. I chose the impul wheels.🤣

  36. not Alex, his name is Eyialex from FI😂

  37. Is that some fresh ink on your arm? Dope bro

  38. Cosmis and kansei are killing it right now, really dope designs.

  39. flow from, frow form, flow form……fo…fum…yea Gels get it together bro 😅 can you do popular 20" wheels and popular wheels with 5x100mm bolt pattern? thanks💪

  40. How can this be a "most popular 5×114 wheels" if you won't include VS-KF's ? I mean, it seems that people don't even know other wheels from WORK am I right ?

  41. Just picked up some verde axis v99 in 5×114.3. Your boy Damian over there needs a raise! Tons of help

  42. Rpf1s don't look good on everything, they look bad on e46's, it's the only car that can't run them

  43. 3:28 for the RPF1 you have the wrong person tagged. Thats @Tyler Tea

  44. Same thing but 5×112 pattern.. we want it

  45. I wanna pick up some Konig Ampliforms for my G37. I was hoping to see those up here

  46. Do 4×100 bolt pattern for us Miata boys.

  47. 5×120

  48. 5×114.3 squad. 😎🙏🏼

  49. woah new mic??

  50. How many times has this guy fallen off his seat when recording this? Dude not only talks with his hand he uses his entire upper torso.

  51. Hey thats my bolt pattern!!

  52. Do a 4 x 114.5 bolt pattern video. With a zero offset. My car is old

  53. I knew either the KNP or Tandem would be on here. Very nicely designed wheels. I was considering a set for my Z before I got some GT-Cs.

  54. 5×112 next? oh and DRIVER TO DRIVER MK7!

  55. fitment industries needs a gallery app

  56. Best domestic cars to own/so tou want a dodge challenger. I'm going to comment this every day until one of these things happen.

  57. TBH I loved my XXR 535 on my white Civic coupe. Never had a problem in the 3 years I had them

  58. RPF1s are nice but if I see them on another car I'm gonna lose my mind.

  59. Most popular 5×120 wheels that are not BBS LM reps?

  60. Would be nice if the weight of the wheels couid be listed. Function over form matters to some. It's why I have to take my money elsewhere.

  61. 5×120 SQUADDD! Wassup?!

  62. Super Saiyan Gels help me out. I need color advice. 2019 Rabbit edition GTI. White car, it’s the rabbit so it has gloss black mirrors and spoiler. The normal red GTI trim and calipers. The stock wheels are gloss black split 5 spoke.
    Should I stick with gloss black(brake dust sucks) or a gloss type gold?

  63. 5×120 please

  64. Pleaseeee Dodge next best idea ever

  65. directional wheels are popping too

  66. You guys should do more content on SUVs we nee love guys

  67. Great information👍

  68. I just bought my first wheels, they are from a local racing wheel company called "fast" wheels amd they cost 800$ they are 18×8s, do you think i made a good purchase? The model of wheel is "innovation" i think they look sick

  69. This video speaks to me 💢

  70. Id love to see a video going through most of the wheels on the wall. Itd be a long video I bet tho

  71. please do a 5×112

  72. Can you guys do 5×120??

  73. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on what wheels to put on a mustang gen 6 2015-17 I like the three piece wheel and bolt pattern design but feel like it would look weird on a mustang

  74. Trm c3. 17×9 with the same bolt pattern. ±63 offset for the s2k guys. 255 all around

  75. What is the white wheel hanging on the top right behind him?

  76. What I'd u just bought ESR wheels from you guys. Am I entered to win?

  77. Funny, i've been looking for wheels for my 97' prelude in the last couple of days and then i see this video pops up.

  78. Another great video keep em coming

  79. 18×10.5 with 295/30ZR/18 R899R's for my z:)

  80. If I didn't go with RPF1s for my car I would've went with the Rays Gram Lights 57DR. I love the gun blue it comes in.

  81. Us Benz boys need a video on 5×112 !!

  82. I hate joining trends lol but my hyper bronze cosmis xt206rs are gonna look dopeeeee on my white 88 FC lol

  83. Is this a good setup or will it not work?

    Front: 215/45/17
    17×8 +30mm 5×114.3

    Rear: 255/40/17
    17×9 +5mm 5×114.3

    (My Honda S2000 is lowered 1 inch and the fenders are not rolled)

  84. From were u be having the money to get this things

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