Cosmis XT206r from Cosmis Racing Wheels UK
*NO CENTRE CAPS INCLUDED*
The Cosmis XT206r, an aggressive split 6 spoke wheel ideally suited to Japanese cars but equally at home on a wide range of cars from BMW to Vauxhall. The Cosmis XT206r?is fast becoming a favourite in the drift scene due to its great style, high strength and affordable price point. The 9.5″ ET10 Width is our best seller while the deeper concave of the 11″ ET8?looks so good that we have had customers fitting overfenders just to run them.
At Walton Motorsport we keep a wide selection of the Cosmis XT-206r ready for next day dispatch with a 24hr courier, however if you require Cosmis Wheels in an alternative PCD or can?t see what you are looking please get in contact with us on [email protected] as we have custom options available. We recommend the use of Spigot rings with all Cosmis Wheels.
In the box you will find that these wheels are supplied with valves, however centre caps are separate and can be found HERE
About Cosmis Wheels
Walton Motorsport is the UK Distributor of Cosmis Racing Wheels and as a result keeps huge stock available. Cosmis Wheels are all unique designs rather than copy brands pioneering such wheels as the crazy looking S1 and the often replicated S5R, along with classics such as the XT206r which is inspired by an old F1 wheel and looks equally at home on a track car as a street car and is regularly seen at events up and down the country, including the best selling Black Chrome finish that Cosmis Wheels are famous for.
Cosmis are famous for their wide, low offset wheels, but they also produce wheels to fit cars with higher offsets such as the R1 Series. Cosmis R1 are the choice of Rent 4 Ring, The infamous Green Hell track car rental company based at the Nurburgring in Germany. Rent 4 Ring choose to use Cosmis Wheels after trialling other brands over the years. The other brands trialled on average only lasted around 3 months due to the many compression’s and curbs that they regularly get bounced off by their clients (and instructors?)