By adding displacement, a windshield, larger wing-like pegs, improved suspension, a bigger seat and saddlebags, the SuperLow went from street prowler to highway drifter. Even with all of this equipment added, the SuperLow still weighs less than a typical non-touring Dyna, or almost 120 lbs. less than the Switchback.
While the 1200T doesn’t look like a parts-bin bike, it definitely looks like a Genuine Accessories bike. With the bags added, the rear fender looks about six inches too short. The bags are also not up to the standards set by the Switchback or Harley’s other touring models. They’re fairly small, but also have a typical locking mechanism that is easily fouled by the gear packed in the bag. They are, however, lockable. The wide pegs that resemble miniature floorboards have been in the catalog for years, as has the removeable windscreen. ABS and security are optional, the security is a keyless system that works completely innocuously and naturally.