Four of us are building a Mevabusa, father and three sons in Cambridgeshire. So far we have fitted the brake pedals, floor, suspension and steering rack and are about to embark on gluing bits together to connect the steering column.
Our most used tools so far have been a range of hammers.
As there are four of us quality control is tops ('cept when we riveted on the floor without using any sealant first time round!)
We are all mechanical newbies and so decided to rebuild a moped while waiting for the kit to arrive. It unfortunately defeated us as it turned out to be quite allergic to hammering. Anyone wanting a box containing a disassembled Kymco agility 50 please let me know.
Number one son is Mevcovster and he has already put up a query on the board. So there will be two builders talking about the same car.
Our next task was to take a perfectly functional steering rack and Kymco it. The trike instructions are sound here, however we could not find a way of getting the plastic screw bung out. After all the suggestions we read had failed, we reverted to hammer time. DONT DO THIS!!!.
It took nearly a month for the nice people at Ford to find a couple of them to swap for a kidney. Luckily the replacement fitted in nicely after we repaired the thread. We therefore have a spare if anyone is desperate; its quite pricey but it does come with a free Kymco Agility 50 in kit form.
Not sure about ignition key. Column bits, rtr cut and weld theirs up on busa. Think Marsha did same. Did mine bit different by discarding one of the bits in you PIC. Perhaps move shock bottoms around at bottom so adjuster facing out. Not sure in your pics, but if you have tightened bolts on suspension, wishbones - slacken off for now.