Make sure the subs are configured for 4ohms bridged. If the amp's getting too hot, it could be that the installer wired the subs in parallel for 1 ohms or the gain/level is set too high. It should match the HU's preout voltage. Set all bass and treble to flat and work from there. If you don't have components, leave the treble to flat and for bass boost, you can increase the bass control.
k im pretty sure they are, i double checked the subs wiring like 5 times n all looks good, as far as the gains i have no way in telling if its too high or not, should i just try to tamper with them, i think i'll go to bcae1.com or somthing about the gains stuff
to me it sounds like they wired it to 2ohm or 1ohm bridged mode which that will not work so try wiring one sub per channel and see how that turns out also make sure that your ground is good..they must have messed up the install because i have that same amp and it will not overrheat no matter how hot it is outside or how long its been playing