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Scion FR-S Wheel Fitment Guide

Author: Sterling Feathers

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Sterling Feathers

Sterling was born in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and has had a massive passion for cars since he could talk. He studied Business Administration at Ferris State University hoping to run his own car dealership one day. As time went on, Sterling began writing car reviews on his own website until he found his home with us as our first Copywriter! He loves everything about the car culture and was Vice President of the motorsports club during his time at Ferris. Sterling enjoys going to every car show and meet possible, attending autocross events, and going for long road cruises with other members in the car scene. He currently drives a 2016 Volkswagen GTI with a stage 2 tune, downpipe, BC Racing coilovers, and a set of Artisa ArtFormed Elders.

November 4, 2020

So you own a Scion FR-S, Subaru BRZ, or Toyota GT86 or maybe you're just looking to pick one up and want to know what wheels are going to fit. The FR-S, BRZ, and GT86 all share the same platform meaning that the fitment is the same across the board. This guide will apply to all of those cars and will have links to anything you want to check out further!


Table of Contents

  1. Fitment Information
  2. 17 Inch Wheels
  3. 18 Inch Wheels

Slammed FRS

Fitment Information

Here's where you'll find all of the basic information that you need for fitment on this platform. The Scion FRS uses a 5x100 bolt pattern with wheel diameters usually ranging from 17 to 20 inches, widths from 7 to 8.5 inches, and offsets from +35 to +48. This is an absolutely massive platform so you'll see quite a bit of variety when it comes to fitment.

Bolt Pattern: 5x100

Diameter Range: 17 - 20 Inches

Width Range: 7 - 8.5 Inches

Offset Range: +35 - 48

Bagged Widebody FRS

17 Inch Wheels

Quick links

  1. - Build Breakdown
  2. - Enkei RPF1 Review
  3. - Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 Review
  4. - Tein Coilovers Review
  5. - See More 17 Inch Builds

Build Breakdown

Lowered Scion FRS

This is more of a meaty setup that's built for spirited driving rather than sitting at a meet, though it looks pretty good too. This particular car is running a 17x9 +35 Enkei RPF1 with a gold finish, wrapped in a set of 225/40 Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires and sitting on Tein Flex Z Coilovers. This setup will give you nearly flush fitment without having any rubbing issues. This would be perfect for the owner that wants to focus on the driving dynamics of their car and maybe take it to the track a few times.

Lowered FRS

See More Photos Here!

Enkei RPF1 Review

Enkei Logo

Arguably the most iconic aftermarket wheel ever made, the Enkei RPF1 brings a simple yet aggressive style to any build while having lightweight construction and a ton of stress tolerance. This has always been a go-to wheel for anyone that does performance driving because it's so light and so strong without completely destroying your wallet.

Check Out Enkei Here!

Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 Review

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The perfect balance between performance and comfort. The Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 is a very popular tire with performance enthusiasts because of its relatively low cost, low road-noise, and fantastic grip. These tires make the perfect addition to any daily driver that tends to see the occasional twisty back road or autocross weekend. Not to mention, they look very aggressive which can help tie the entire build together. Nobody wants an ugly tire.


  • Low Road Noise
  • Great Looks
  • Good wet and dry performance

Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 Specs:

Price: $896

Speed Index: W

Tire Type: Summer/Performance

Warranty: Full Manufacturer Warranty

GET THE INDY 500 Here!

Firestone Firehawk Indy 500

Tein Flex Z Coilovers Review

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Tein is the local favorite for entry-level coilovers. Not only do you get a brand that has years of fantastic reputation in motorsport, but you get their Flex Z Coilovers for an incredibly low price. This perfect way to give your FR-S a massive handling upgrade while getting lower to complete that fitment. Gels even runs these on his FR-S and loves them! The Flex Z system will be the perfect set of coilovers for daily driving. This entire build is definitely the right balance between performance and practicality.


Tein Flex Z Coilovers

More 17 Inch Builds

Scion FRS on AVID1 Wheels

Wheel Size: 17x9 +40

Tire Size: 245/40/17

Suspension: Coilovers


Lowered FRS Rays Wheels

Wheel Size: 17x9 +38

Tire Size: 245/40/17

Suspension: Coilovers


18 Inch Wheels

Quick links

  1. - Build Breakdown
  2. - Kansei Tandem Review
  3. - Nankang NS-25 Review
  4. - AirLift Air Suspension Review
  5. - See More Builds

Build Breakdown

Bagged FRS on Kansei Wheels

Bumping it up to more of a show style, this FR-S is sitting on 18x9.5 +22 Kansei Tandem wheels wrapped in a set of 225/35 Nankang NS-25 tires and riding on Air Suspension. Now obviously, air suspension helps a ton with getting the fitment you want but we want to be thorough and show you guys what kind of fitment you can get no matter the suspension setup. This one isn't too aggressive when compared to some of the other bagged cars we see. The camber isn't over the top and the whole build just looks clean.

Bagged FRS


Kansei Tandem Review

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Kansei has taken the JDM scene by storm. Their wheels are designed specifically for those heavily modified Japanese platforms like the 240sx, 350z, RX-7, and of course, the Toyota 86 platform. The Tandem is one of their newest and most popular models. This brings back the retro, JDM drift style and comes in at a great price. The Kansei Tandem is one of our favorite wheels to come out recently because it looks so aggressive yet so clean. It can fit on just about any build from a track or drift weapon to a bagged show car.

Check Out Kansei Here!

Nankang NS-25 Review

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One of our most popular all-season tires. The Nankang NS-25 is a tire that's more geared towards performance driving without actually being a performance tire. It offers great traction in wet and dry conditions, a comfortable ride, and a up to a 50,000-mile warranty. The Nankang NS-25 has become a go-to tire for someone who wants a dependable all-season tire with better than average grip. Oh, did we mention that these are one of the best bang for your buck tires we offer?!


  • Low Price
  • Better grip than the average all season
  • Good warranty

Bagged FRS Wheels

Nankang NS-25 Specs:

Price: $676

Speed Index: H

Tire Type: All Season

Warranty: Up to 50,000 Miles

GET THE NS-25 Here!

AirLift Air Suspension Review

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AirLift is the leader in air suspension and for good reason. If you want the absolute most functionality, performance, and adjustability, air suspension is definitely the way to go. AirLift has built a name for themselves thanks to their quality components and next-level technology. Air suspension will be able to give you the lowest ride height possible and the ability to lift the car back up to a near-factory ride height for daily driving.


More 18 Inch Builds

Slammed FRS

Wheel Size: 18x8.5 +33

Tire Size: 225/40/18

Suspension: Coilovers


Lowered FRS

Wheel Size: 18x9.5 +45

Tire Size: 265/35/18

Suspension: Coilovers


Now if you plan to go widebody and air suspension, you could fit a 19-inch wheel, but that gets into some heavy modification territory so we'll leave that out of this blog. If you want to see cars running 19-inch wheels, click the button below!

SEE 19 Inch Wheels

See All 5x100 Wheels

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