As with any V-belt to serpentine belt conversion you'll have to swap the standard water pump for a reverse rotation one because the belt configuration reverses the direction that the water pump pulley turns. In our case (an early version SBF setup for V-belts), March supplied us with a new water pump and timing cover. On late-model engines with factory serpentine systems this swap will not be required. The job began by removing the harmonic balancer so I could pull the old-style timing cover and pump. With the balancer out of the way, I pulled the water pump and timing cover assembly, taking care not to damage the pan gasket. I should also note that the fuel pump concentric will have to be removed and discarded and the system converted to an electric fuel pump.