When I was rebuilding my (long since gone) Gameplan Agents 777, I also had a severely acid damaged MPU-2 board. In an attempt to repair it, I had the help of my friend who is a professional circuit board repair technician. He had be bring it down to the lab, we used his super nice Pace desoldering station to remove all of the acid washed components. After they were removed, we used an ultra sonic cleaner to abate any remaining acid.
After the board was deemed "acid free", I lightly sanded the traces in the area to remove any surface corrosion. I tracked down all NOS components for the section we removed and carefully installed everything.
Even after about 4 hours total of repair time (it was super clean work), I wrote the board off as "absolutely possessed". I could never get it to bench boot. The batteries on those boards are absolutely brutal. Lesson #1 learned "if there's Gameplan Acid Damage, don't waste your time trying to repair it".
So I did the only sensible thing at the time- forked over $300 for a reproduction MPU-2. There was a company (I forget who at this time) that was re-running boards in small batches. I had to wait about 6 months for there to be enough people on the list to make the run worth-while for the manufacturer. Board showed up, game booted right up and (as far as I know) is still working just fine in the new owners gameroom.
All said and done, lesson #2 was learned - avoid Gameplan games. They're a complete pain in the A$$ to find parts for, especially the MPU-2. The only way I would ever consider another one is if it was 100% complete and fully working. Forget about it if you need a few plastics...