Yes, my co-worker told me how it works. Use a spring bender to bend the tubing into the shape needed. Cut the line with mini-tubing cutters, flare each end, and use a compression fitting (included with that kit) to splice the ends. (Hopefully I'll do a Tech Info-worthy job.
) I've already ordered a similar kit for less than seven bucks… plus sixteen bucks for next-day shipping. Oh well, you win some, you lose some.
Unfortunately, once the engine warms up, there is a significant loss of power. It didn't start right after I twisted the fuel line, though, and there have been no misfires since then. The car shakes and accelerates very slowly, especially when going uphill. I gave it a little more gas; nothing unusual happened, but the check engine light came on instantly.
Naturally, someone at Advance picked this day, of all days, to walk off with their only code reader. Anyone care to take a shot in the dark? Whatever it is, I'm 90% sure that it'* only here with the twisted fuel line.