On second thought, I think I'd looked at this before for someone. The REASON they don't have a kit is that, if I'm not mistaken, the Touring models all come standard with EPS. The EZsteer kits are designed to put EPS on machines that DON'T already have it. There wouldn't be any market for them to sells kits to folks that already have EPS on their machines.
You'd have to be pretty handy with metal fabrication, welding and have the tools but it could be done. You'd have to get the old unit out, fab a mount for the EZsteer unit and then adapt the upper and lower steering stem sections to fit the new unit.
You don't say what year you have but there's probably not much difference between years.
Here's the diagram of a 2015.
Hmm... did find something curious though. The steering unit for the 15 is ONLY listed for that particular year model. That could indicate a redesign BECAUSE of problems??