The main reason for the common factory use of organic brake pads is that compared to sintered pads they do the best job on cold or wet rotors and don't alter their performance significantly when the rotors get warm and dry.
Sintered pads generally work better (more stable, less fading) on hot rotors than organic pads, but to get the benefit, the rotors must be braked dry and warm in advance! This is why sintered brake pads sometimes are used on sport bikes, where the temperature of the rotors tends to be higher cause of the more agressive riding style of sport bike riders.
Double sintered racing brake pads need even higher temperature of the rotors and tend to change their performance from zero (wet and cold rotors) to maximum (very hot rotors) and this is why they often are not approved for road use!
In MotoGP they use carbon brakes, which perform awsome but exclusively at extremely high rotor temperatures. So the rotors must be capsuled against the airstream to prevent cooling between the corners!
Yes, sintered (or even double sintered) pads cause some higher wear on the rotors, but rotors are replacable! So don't worry to much about that!
When I put my focus on the really bad performing Bobber front brake, I tried several double sintered brake pads initially,. Because I tend to ride it ambitiously (as I ride my Thruxton R as well) I thought I could keep the rotor temperature sufficiently high easily! But I had always to be aware, that at the end of each straight the first pull on the lever in cold or even wet conditions was a callenge sometimes! The second pull short after the first or even the second half of a long first pull (where the rotor already had got dry and warm) showed slightly (10%) better deceleration than with the original pads.
If you like cruising arround with your bobber in various (sometimes cold or wet) conditions, the original (organic) pads could be the better choice!
If you previously rode a sport bike and you're used to the behaviour of sintered pads in concern of temperature and water spray, than you might try them on your Bobber as well.
But please notice: The wooden feel on the brake lever is caused by the bad hydraulic ratio between calliper and master cylinder piston areas and will not be influenced by your choice of brake pads!