Most people have been just using fiberglass to cover up the holes from the stuff they chopped off. But fiberglass and plastic? No thanks.
Someone informed me that the material is made of glass reinforced nylon 66. He said that this material is capable of handling 400 plus degrees & is pretty much the same material as an 88 cent spatula from wal-mart, but with glass reinforcement.
I was thinking maybe getting the rest of whatever I want to shave off of the intake and cop it down. Rough it up really good 24-36 grit.
Then try reusing some of the scrap pieces I have to plastic weld into place so I can plug up any small holes. For the ends on the side of the intake(all 6 of them) I will have a sloped over hole on the side once I chop those down further to the intake, there will be some pretty big hole to fill. So thinking about buying some spatulas to try out for donor material like what was mentioned to me, plastic weld those in. Rough it up some more, then go over the entire intake with one of the many available plastic fillers.