I make heavy use of my MSR Whisperlite Internationale, the version from 2010 or so.
Virtually always I use unleaded gasoline in the small 11 fl oz (325 mL) bottle. I carry a larger bottle for carrying more fuel, but I find using the small bottle in camp is easiest.
The problem is once the level of the fuel in the bottle below 1/4, I can't get the stove to stay lit, regardless of how many times I pump it.
I've noticed that at this low level, if the bottle was sitting upright, the fuel tube and filter are sitting above level of the fuel. Of course I use my fuel bottle lying on its side.
Its quite annoying because there's always a decent portion of fuel I can't burn in the bottle.
I do perform regular maintenance on my stove, though I haven't had to replace any components in a year or so.
Does anyone have any tricks for using the remaining fuel in the bottle? Am I doing something wrong?