You need to remove the bolt and cocking rod, and then unscrew the back block from the pump rod. You can then unscrew the bolt that holds front block in place. This will allow you to remove the front block and pneumatics as a single unit. Slide the assembly sideways so that the timing rod clears the trigger frame. The pump kit should also come as an assembly that can just be bolted on in place of the Autococker front block. Once bolted on, screw the back block back in to place. Screw in the cocking rod. Fit the bolt.
Assuming your pressure range is correct (in turn assuming that you have an inline regulator), adjusting the velocity is a matter of removing the cocking rod, inserting a 3/16" allen key in to the hole, mating the allen key with the velocity adjuster that is inside the hole, and then turning it clockwise to increase velocity and anti-clockwise to reduce it.
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