I have a pair of these in my 81 Ford f150
the one amp is running two Premier 10s, I have this amp bridged at 2ohms mono, which is very impressive for a class a/b amp, it does get hot after having my stereo pretty loud on a road trip , but it i will only shut down after maybe 2 hours.
I have the other t 300.2 running my Pioneer Rev components, IMO best amps I have ever bought to this date, now they discontinued them but if you ever see them on sale get them! the amp runs 75 watts a channel per channel at 4 ohms and 300 watts rms bridged at 4 ohms. The only problem I have ever had is the amp running my subs would pop a fuse every once and a while but has seemed to stop since it hasnt popped one in three months