Bypass Factory Amp: Help

Discussion in 'Audio Setups & Aftermarket Head Units' started by BIGRED, Jun 27, 2020.

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    Hello all, I'm new here and I have been struggling with trying to figure out how to bypass my factory amp. I have a 2015 SI with premium sound and I am going to be overhauling the sound system. I already installed my Kenwood stereo with no issues using the iDatalink Maestro HO2 and Maestro ADS-MRR. But I was hoping to replace the factory amp and sub with something that had a little more power. I could not find anything that explained how to do it on a '15 or if it was even possible. I am trying to keep everything "plug and play" and looking as factory as I can. Is there a bypass harness or something that I'm just not finding or is this going to be a bit more complicated than I originally thought? Thank you!
     
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