I know Ohlins is costly but they are the only ones with street rod 750/street 750 specific shocks in the market. I would only recommend if you are going to use the bike for at least next 4-5 years. They will set the spring based on your weight and the next import factor is the adjustability. The preload adjustment + compression and rebound adjustment will tune to the softness you want. You can keep it soft if you are not doing any aggressive riding . For me I found the street rod forks bouncy and hard( my weight is 100kg). I wanted to get rid of the bouncy nature but keep hard feedback . With these suspensions I get exactly that. I would say it’s worth it. The rear suspension from Ohlins change the entire ride( comfort + stability). Please note I use aftermarket seat from a Corbin + handlebar set to my liking. The thing you will notice the most is control and stability. Rear shock you can install yourself with the help of a friend but I think the forks you will need a mechanic who knows Ohlins ( Ohlins specific oil + tools needed).Go for it and no doubt you will feel a different bike altogether. Rear shock is the first step. Usually they have some discount around Easter holidays . Check for it shop around and ask for discounts . I waited for promotion before I bought these.
I’m now seriously considering a batwing fairing from Memphis shade and is saving for it .
Harley street 750 models are super good mate. It can do it all and is customisable to any level. It’s a shame that Harley stopped these.
I go regular to HARLEY stores and many a times I never feel like to upgrade. if it’s motorcycling what you like the you need just a bike.