Well... I eventually kept adjusting the rake/angle of the windshield to reduce the buffeting as much as possible. Turns out that a lower more swept back angle gives less buffeting, but I get more straight on wind in the face.
I then rolled up a high density foam yoga mat (the wife wasn't using it), and zip tied it like an "air dam" between the windshield bottom mounts and the gas tank to block all air coming up from the bottom... no buffeting at all. So I know that the lowers should help, I just need to figure out how to cleanly do it on the Custom.
2012 Vulcan 900 Custom; Current = 2018 Vaquero 1700
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