That was my first pulley bar - and the only place other than down at the chicken loop is the ring up at the top labeled #2.
Sucks because you need a really long leash. It's a horrible design, there is a huge risk of wrapping the bar, kite lines and leash while it is connected up at #2. In fact, that kind of a wrap could be the cause of a death-looping kite, something you DO NOT want to experience. If you must go out with that gear, connect down below, and if you have to hit the QR, bye bye kite, and no injuries.
Buy newer gear - all new stuff connects the leash below the bar, making it much harder to get it wrapped up.
From the 2006 manual (note they say leash is OPTIONAL)
BYPASSTM LEASH (optional)
All 2006 Cabrinha kites can be used with the optional BYPASSTM Leash. This security leash is an optional feature and is recommended for first time users and kiteboarding schools, and for riders who kiteboard without being hooked into the harness loop.
If you choose not to ride with the BYPASSTM Leash, follow the instructions on using the security pin to make sure you have a positive connection to your kite.
• Make sure you set up your BYPASSTM Leash properly before going on the water.
• When using your Cabrinha kite with the optional BYPASSTM Leash, you may activate the shutdown feature of the kite by simply unhooking from the harness loop
• If hooked into the harness loop when using the BYPASSTM Leash, you must first either unhook or activate the quick release on your harness loop in order to utilize the BYPASSTM Leash System as a means of shutting the kite down.
CAUTION: If using a BYPASSTM Leash on the Override control system, releasing the QRS will separate you from the kite. The Override CS is equipped with an alternate leash attachment point above the CAS which will allow the rider to remain attached to the left front line.
Here is pic from my 2006 manual. It says you'll lose the kite if you hit QR and are connected below. Amazingly, it says you can connect above the CAS, which is your point #2
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