I tried two different piston seals in my .22cal Vulcan MK3. The oversized ARH Red Seal was a bit slow even after sizing down as best as I could, so I got some British Purple Seals from Chambers Airgun Parts. The purple seals worked great just as received. They were slightly harder material than the ARH seals. That may have something to do with it. I also got the Vulcan Tune Kit from ARH that has the spring guide, top hat and custom main spring. It is far smoother shot cycle and no twang at all at a bit over 12fpe. I had to refinish my stock after a slip and fall resulting in some scratches in the old finish. I like it better now than the opaque finish that it had before. Here is a picture of the seals and gun. Some of the curved triggers are simi-two stage with the take-up spring and some are just curved versions of the old trigger. I have both and like the fake two stage best.
I didn't need to use a compressor. Pushed the block against my wooden workbench top and pushed out the pin. Pretty easy to work on.