Just noticed this and wanted to add a thought.
You don't always have to have the rear of the kite attached to the bridle. With the right winds a forward attachment will work just fine.
A few year ago at WSIKF I left my bridle to my Ichiban in my car and had it all setup to fly and realized I had no bridle. I whipped off around twentyfive feet of 200 pound line and cut it loose. I added a large loop to each end and attached them to my bridle point at the front of my kite. Let it take to the air and found the middle of the line and the balance point with equal pull right to left, added another loop and attached it to my flying line and let it take to the air.whidbey ichibans3
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My kite is the one on the left, the Ichiban on the right has the standard bridle. You can see my bridle only has a front attachment and is flying just fine. The back of the kite is just floating.
Ken always told me that in the right wind, you would not need to attach to the rear bridle area. I've also done this with a compound Cody. I have a custom Cody that dances side to side, I tossed it's bridle and did the front attachment and it flies just fine now.
Try letting the rear just float. From the looks of your kite, it should do just fine.