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mbrp installed now problem

I installed a turbo back mbrp today. Gutted the cat also. Now at wot I hear and feel a grindin noise until I let out of the throttle. Sounds bad. Not like something rubbing more like motor or drivetrain? Didn't happen until todays install. Ideas??
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any other info where is sound coming from? double check all your work, could most likely something simple.

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Not sure if your system is different than mine because I have the cat delete kit. BUT right behind where the cat was there is a hanger. Mine was touching the frame rail. Cut that steel rod a little shorter and all was perfect.

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Look for the exhaust system hitting the body or frame.

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