yeah man i can help you. take your whole body apart. trigger frame, reg, insides, lpc, valve etc.
then replace it when the parts that you got from the kit... its very simple and order doesnt really matter as long as you start from the inside out.
Hah. You gotta take the replacement front block on the front, not the stock spyder one. By the way, here is what i plan to do to mine. Ive done everything so far except shift the frame forward. This is a composite i made.
1. Remove everything from your gun's body.
2. Install the valve body. Large hole should face forward(towards barrel)
3. Install the valve pin.
4. Take the front block screw. Cover it in telfon tape.
5. Push vertical adapter with lpr onto the lower tube so that the spring on the valve pin rests on the vertical adapter on the inside of the tube.
6. Screw in the front block screw. Make sure the telfon tape goes into the threads to make a nice airtight seal.
7. Take the main spring and slide it into the lower tube from the back of the marker.
8. Take the inline regulator and screw it into the vertical adapter.
9. Attach the grip frame with the screws provided. Make sure you take the cocker hosing and run it through the groove in the frame and the hole in the vertical adapter. Then it goes into the hose barb on the lpr. Might want to do this before you screw the frame in.
10. Take the ram and lubricate it with dow corning grease. Slide it into the ram sleeve.
11. Attach the bolt pin to your bolt. Then take the bolt and attach it to the ram through the boltpin.
12. Take the other hose from the solenoid and run it into your ram sleeve.
13. Find some means of putting the dropforward on so that it lets your tank screw in all the way. I pulled really hard on the hosing so that it would slide as far back as possible.
It cocks itself (not an autococker, don't get confused) because it is a blowforward design. It sits in the back position and air pressure fires it forward and a spring pushes it back. Therefore if your body is modern enough (skinny bottom tube), it will work.