I had the original Service Manual and Separate Parts List for these TYM Industries dogs. And they were very brief and badly translated, and the illustrations were poor. Even in the original versions, the illustrations were bad photo copies.
Even if you have the parts list with the original part nos., there is no where to buy parts (like themopedjunkyard)
Now some fellow from Beatrice NE owns them .
the only mopeds I bought and sold at a loss.
I made the mistake of not copying them, which I regret.
I do remember that the timing was odd...in the book , 19 degrees BTDC?
I owned two of these incomplete mopeds for 3 years.
I got tired of not finding parts. I would have needed a fabrication outfit, and a machine shop to finish the projects.. There just are not enough spare parts around in the Plains States or on Ebay. I believe that it there are a lot more old bikes and parts in California, where most of them got gold.
As for the carburetor, finding spares for Mikuni VM10-24 was not easy.
Might be able to adapt motorized bike carbs?
The Myron's Moped guy has some knowledge and data. See in the Encyclopedia section. There is some wiring info, spec info.
A hint on internet searching: try the keywords "Peugeot Angel". Some morons label these mopeds with this name, even though it is incorrect.
The mopeds were manufactured in Taiwan by TYM Industries, Inc., which is still in business as a manufacturer of farm equipment. That might be a lead to someone who has a copy of the original manuals? You might need someone who speaks and writes Taiwanese. The design of the 1st line of steel pressed frame bikes (angels) was the Honda Cangaru, (PM-50?).
This Honda moped is rare in the USA, more commonly distributed in Australia and SouthEast Asia. But the specs for the AP-48 motor don't match the Honda. TYM also made the "Speed Bird", and "Commander"
with a tubular frame and separate gas tank. You see some in the gallery with the Coke paint job (See Peogeot Angel pics).
I got my manual off of Ebay.. but they come up rarely. (edited)