Ah, yes of course. I can't disagree with that, all I can say is that there is more ingenuity on these forums than in any bike factory. I suppose that from the point of view of a Triumph electrical design engineer, it is only his job to wire the ECU in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications.I think we are talking about different things. Since a simple cut and splice job adding a diode results in alleviating the symptom while keeping all of the ECU interlocks in place, there is no reason this same modification could not have been implemented in a different wiring harness as a running change. It would keep the essential functionality of the system while just removing this bogus voltage cutout condition. My point here is that if home mechanics can do this job in half an hour, there is no reason Triumph could not have done it as a running change.