The seller offers in the kit:
Z80 CPU .....DIP40....2pcs - one might be used in any Z80 based computer
8255/82C55 PIO..... DIP40 - no use with any Timex machine
32K SRAM (HM62256 or Similar) DIP28 - as above
UM61256 32K Fast SRAM SDIP28 - as above
UM61512-xx Fast SRAM SDIP32 0 - as above
IDT7006 16kx8bit Dual Port SRAM PLCC68 - as above
27C128 or Similar 16K UV EPROM DIP28 - might be used for ROM
EPM7512AETC144-12N or similar CPLD TQFP144 - just a random CPLD and no use with any Timex computer
GAL16V8 DIP20....2pcs - as above
DS12885 RTC DIP24 - as above
AM9511 Maths CPU DIP24 - as above
VT82C42 PS/2/Mouse Controller Chip DIP40 - as above
YM2149 PSG DIP40 - well, might be used for any AY-3-8910 based interface, but no direct application with Timex machines
So, in my mind this is a random set that might used for building your own Z80 based microcomputer.
Timmy was designed around Timex SCLD (ULA) chip. and dynamic RAMs. I did the board because one of my TC2048 had badly damaged PCB. So I salvaged a lot of components from the broken unit and re-sued in my design.