Firstly welcome and good luck with the build. It's great to see some more busa's being started.
#1 Alloy hub bearing cap (should have 2) #2 Battery tray #3 correct with exhaust hangers, meant to extend out form the rear corners of the chassis (I relocated mine) #4 Rectangular plate, differential mounting plate (should have 2), sandwich the diff with these. The top item, I'm not sure, have you gone for the electric reverse option? This could have something to do with mounting this possibly.
Oh two other things I wish I'd known before I started.
The cars aluminum bulk head goes in before the engine, I had to cut mine in half to get it in at a later date.
The bikes standard radiator isn't sufficient if driven hard and then caught in traffic. I'd recommend up grading right at build stage. I'm in the process of upgrading mine now to an alloy VW polo type.
I am just starting off my mevabusa build, I have had most of my parts. However can someone identify the following parts:
Not quite sure where your located, in the country, and if outside the UK ignore my suggestion. But a little piece of advice for all those builders who are embarking on building a relatively newly launch product. Find one that's built Manufactures Demo is a good start and take a 1000+ photos of it from every possible angle, get it up on ramps if you can, the photo's will be an invaluable tool throughout the build process as build guides / manuals are pretty thin on the ground in the kit car industry.
Totally random question but how are you finding it building your kit in a single garage. Due to start mine in the next couple of weeks and debating whether to do it at my dads (bigger garage). Just worried it might be a bit tight for space in my single garage.
It's actually a double length garage, the back 1/4 is a converted utility which houses tool boxes. But width wise it's fine. Also my cupboard (seen in the pictures) works well for storage, body parts and seats are kept in the spare bed room
Must admit, I spent a bit of time sorting out mine. After all working in a nice environment makes the build nicer. I painted mine white - was brick before, put a levelling screed and a resin floor down. Added a work bench, a big vice, insulated for winter, sealed the doors with rubber strips and added much brighter lights. It feels more like a room now and I feel I've added value to the property.
Battleship grey, however I have a dedicated spray booth at work. So this will most defiantly change. I also enjoy working with composite materials so hopefully the if a product will have a nice few twists