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    2017 Speaker Install (For folks who want adapters)

    I know there is a bunch of info here for taking door panels off, and making a bigger hole, and drilling, etc. I also know there are speaker adapters available in other countries, and I had a hard time finding adapters.

    I didn't want to do drill, cut, or otherwise destroy my new car. So I found these adapters made by Scosche. They are available on amazon, crutchfield, and other places. I took a chance, as I found a set for $12.00 on ebay.

    Link to Crutchfield https://www.crutchfield.com/S-wvvUhi...-Brackets.html

    The eBay link where I purchased my adapters: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Scosche-SAMI...kAAOSwU8hY7nT6

    It does not say that they are compatible with the Mirage, but for the front doors at least (as I'm still waiting for the second pair of adapters I ordered) they DO fit, PERFECTLY.

    I just wanted share this info with everyone.

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    Excellent find, did you get your 2nd pair yet? Can you confirm if they fit right in without making any new holes in your car?

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    I did get my second pair, but haven't installed them yet. Was planning on doing it this weekend sometime.

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    Let me know how it went/goes. The only reason why I am holding back is to avoid chopping into my doors

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSCustomCars View Post
    I didn't want to do drill, cut, or otherwise destroy my new car. So I found these adapters made by Scosche. They are available on amazon, crutchfield, and other places. I took a chance, as I found a set for $12.00 on ebay.

    Link to Crutchfield https://www.crutchfield.com/S-wvvUhi...-Brackets.html

    The eBay link where I purchased my adapters: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Scosche-SAMI...kAAOSwU8hY7nT6
    I found these on Amazon.



    SCOSCHE SAMI651 2007 - Up Mitsubishi Outlander, Mirage Speaker Adapter


    They look like they are the same item.

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    They will work perfectly for the rear as well; I used the exact same item to do mine all around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlestan View Post
    They will work perfectly for the rear as well; I used the exact same item to do mine all around.
    Did you they fit right in or did you to have make any modifications? any new holes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 604_guy View Post
    Did you they fit right in or did you to have make any modifications? any new holes?
    The 3 tabs on the spacer align perfectly with the 3 triangular holes on the door; insert and twist, done!

    I put a few dabs of silicone in between the door and the spacer when I put mine on to ensure it wouldn't loosen up over time, but they fit tight enough that this is probably unecessary.



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