Seriously? It's a 5min mod with about $200 worth of parts. The ECU already has the quickshifter implemented and it just needs the sensor connecting to the already existing socket.
I wrote a blurb on Facebook about it. Here it is unformatted, but gives you the gist:
How to create and install a QuickShifter for the Triumph Thruxton-R
JASON SOBELL·MONDAY, JULY 30, 2018
A few people have been asking about how to make these themselves, so here’s a quick and simple guide.
You will require:
An M6 x 35mm turnbuckle, with Left and Right threads (~$2.50)
An AMP Connector 174352-2 to connect to the bike’s OEM connector (~$5 for 3 inc shipping)
Any push-activated torque switch that is about 45-50mm body length (not including rods and integrated threaded bolt).
Examples include FastBikeGear, Shifting-Control, DynoJet, FT, TransLogic and Nexup, although any switch that advertises as being compatible with a PCV should work fine.
The ‘Shifting-Control’ unit is the cheapest I've seen so far at only $110 plus shipping: https://shifter-france.com/accueil/1...cteur_triumph2
The FastBikeGear appears good value too at about US$160 plus shipping.
Solder the connector to the end of the wires coming from the shifter (either way around, it’s just an on-off switch)
Remove the existing rod from your bike. Screw the turnbuckle and existing ball-joints onto the shifter, make it the same length as the original unit (if possible), then fit it back in place.
It is possible to do the job without removing the ball-joints or selectors, but if you do this then take care not to twist and damage the wires to the shifter
Connect the plug to the socket behind the plastic cover behind the left footpeg (it's hard to see, but slides over a plastic lug and can be easily removed). Note that there is already a ‘dummy’ plug fitted to protect the socket. Make sure you remove this before attempting to plug your connector in!
Route and cable-tie the cable nicely to avoid it melting on the exhaust
If the selector is too low for your foot angle and you can't get enough adjustment from the turnbuckle, remove the selector from the end of the splined selector, turn it to the desired angle, and push it back onto the splines. Make sure the selector still moves freely
The bikes ECU is already set up to accept the shifter, so go have fun!