I don't know about sodium bisulfate, but sodium metabisulfate and HCl definitly make lots of SO2. However, even then, it isn't easy to change the fumes into acid...
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Step 27 of my instrucable tells how to get sulfuric acid.https://www.instructables.com/id/SZXF4EXFWI9VDOF/
I don't think so. There's a description in "Caveman Chemistry" on having the reaction go the other way (H2SO4 + NaCl ---> NaSO4 + HCL), which is apparently the industrial method for creating HCl.The book did contain a homebrew method of making sulfuric acid.