Re: Burning smell?
Not necessarily. Riding the clutch thru high RPMs will burn it up over time, not in one or two shots. If you've ever done any heavy racing, you tend to get that smell. Higher HP cars go thru clutches like tic-tac's...
If it becomes more regular & constant even under normal driving, then yes it's time for replacement. You can also tell by how soft the petal has become. If it feels very spongey & you have to ride the pudal more than usual, then yes, it's time to be replaced.
'05 GT - Borla Catback, JLT Series 3 Intake & SCT SF3 Tuner, Koni Adjustable Shocks/Struts, H&R Race Springs, Roush Shifter, Hawk HP+ Brakes all around, Steeda Front Sway Bar & End-Links, Royal Purple Fluids
'2011 F-250 Super Duty Crew Cab - 6.7L PSD 4x4