Looks like you have a "L" right angle fitting there, and then your fuel hose has to go UP HILL to the Carb. As long as you have a bit of fuel pressure (head) in your tank, it's likely you can use most ... but maybe not all of remaining fuel in your Safari. QUESTION: Does the Safari not have a reserve? If not, perhaps you could fit a different Petcock ... one with a reserve intake that is LOWER than the current one in the Safari. This should give extra range. Question 2 : Does the Safari have TWO petcocks? (right and left side) I went through similar problems with my IMS tank. I also had to remove an inline aftermarket filter and had to rotate metal Carb intake pipe. All this helped, along with cleaning my dirty Petcock filter. But on your NEW tank should not be an issue ... yet. I've retained the stock Carb inlet filter in the metal tube ... but I carry TWO spares when on the road. One load of bad gas will CLOG this tiny filter ... so keep an eye on it. Usually it can be easily cleaned. Sometimes not, hence carrying a spare. Now ... with my IMS tank ... I can go to about 220 miles before reserve. And what was once just 10 to 15 miles on reserve is now up to 32 miles. Cleaning the petcock made the BIGGEST improvement. So now up to just over 250 miles until DRY. (although still about a 1.5 liters left unused) Not perfect but better. 220 miles is fine for me and what I do. PLAN AHEAD! Good luck!