Q: Did I messed up the engine by overloading weight

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Hello I'm concerned about my Suzuki alto 800 I've past the weight limit for a lot, I have put 1500 lbs in it now I hear the motor sounds different even though I only drove with that weight for about 10 minutes, what's the worst that could have happened?? Thanks a lot in advance

My car has 50000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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