So, I replaced the unreliable OE fuel pump on my KTM with the recommended solid state unit, and to do this I had to make up an acute bend in the line, using three brass corner pieces. I used 'fuel resistant' tape provided by an auto shop on the threads of the brass pieces, and it all went together nicely. Six months later the joins are weeping fuel. Not a flood, but enough to be a worry. My question is - what PROPERLY fuel resistant compound should I use to seal the bits and pieces this time? It shouldn't need to be pulled apart again so can be permanent.