that amp can handle a 2-ohm stereo load or a 4-ohm bridged load. according to the specs, it will output a "clean" 170w (210w >1% THD) per channel RMS @4-ohms un-bridged. it will output a "clean" 330w (450w >1% THD) @2-ohms bridged.
that sub is rated for 1000w RMS (the specs do not state the minimum power required). it is a dual voice coil sub, each coil is 2-ohms...
there are 4 ways ways to wire that up, 2 will fry the amp, 2 will work, 1 way is best:
1.) wire the sub's voice coils in parallel; this will present a single 1-ohm load to the amplifier. since that amp cannot handle a 1-ohm load in any configuration, this way will FRY THE AMP!!
2.) bridge two amp channels and connect only 1 voice coil; this will present a single 2-ohm load to the amplifier. that amp can handle a 2-ohm load in stereo mode but not in bridged mode, so this way will also FRY THE AMP!!
3.) wire the sub's voice coils independently to 1 amp channel each (leave the amp un-bridged): this will present a 2-ohm load to each un-bridges amp channel. this is safe for the amp, however the two channels may not output the same exact signal, which may result in the two voice coils "fighting" each other (that would make your amp sound like ****)
4.) wire the sub's voice coils in series and bridge two amp channels; this will present a single 4-ohm load to the amplifier. that amp can handle a 4-ohm load while in bridged mode so this is also safe for the amp, and since the voice coils are wired together they will receive the same exact signal.
NOTE: that sub has a massive magnet that allows it to handle much more power than that amp is capable of providing. I'm not saying it won't sound good or it won't be loud, but a 1000w RMS subwoofer is overkill if you're only going to power it with a 330w RMS amplifier. I'm far beyond the mega-bass phase of my life; so I'm no longer "in the loop" when it comes to subs/amps so I will not attempt to recommend anything to you. I'm simple giving you some information so you can choose for yourself.
...if you do end up actually pushing 1000w RMS, then you should buy stock in dynamat as you'll end up buying their entire year's inventory to keep your car from vibrating into a thousand pieces (j/k )