Cooked your clutch how? Smeared off the fibers on the friction plates? Burned or warped the steels? If you smeared off the fibers, you need to change the oil, and check it for clutch fiber in the oil. If there is material in the oil, it is a good idea to pull the oil pan and clean the pickup as well.
If all you have to do is change the pack out, Joel explained it well. When putting the clutch cover back on, just make sure the dowels are lined up. It can be a pain sometimes, especially if you are changing it while all the components are hot. (i.e. at the track). I pull my clutch apart weekly, and re-use the same gasket, never having to use sealant, and I have never had a leak. Just take care when removing it all, especially the release shaft as there are two oil seals inside the cover that can be knocked out if you are not careful. Lastly, pay attention to the torque specs on the clutch spring bolts when you are tightening them. You don't have to be Hercules on them, and if you do, you will break off the bolts in the hub. Seen plenty of people do that on their first time.
Last edited by matt d; 06-11-2013 at 12:47 PM.