Rubbing noise when turning wheel
I would check to make sure you've got the wheel lugs on that wheel torqued tight. Most cars have some kind of retaining fastener whether it's bolts. screws or just clips that fit over the studs to hold the rotor tight against the hub. The cars that have clips rely on the rim being snugged down on the studs tight to push against the rotor hat and hold the rotor in its proper place. If the wheel lugs aren't tightened enough then you could get some wobble in the rotor causing it to contact the pads.
If it is the pads lightly rubbing the rotor then stepping on the brake when you hear the noise in the bend should make the noise go away. If not I'm thinking it might be something else.
Another thing it could be is if you installed the wrong rotors. The hat of the rotor contributes to the amount of offset on the wheels. If the rotor hats are too short, your tire may be rubbing against the tie rod end. Depending on how big the difference is and how off your alignment is it could result in one side rubbing and the other not. Check for any kind of wear on the inside side wall of the tire to see if this is the case.
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