Wow, just 104 miles.....
Asked about the Windshield because i have a large one and i still havent changed the angle of it to favor the aerodynamics a bit better, its a bit too "Straight up" i think. Its going to be a pain to correct that and not lose too much height out of shield, I will have to modify the mount somewhat. Don't feel the effects with the riding i mostly do now, but i am pretty sure the mod will help at the 70+mph range.
Yeah, two Bikes is definitely a solution if someone can swing doing that.
Evidently the seller's great bike adventure was fine until he did a couple of short rides and scared himself. Surprising how many good deals come up that way, but this was pretty extreme. New bike 1/3d new cost. Makes it worth shipping to Hawaii.
Adjusting a windshield is kinda trial and error for me. Last one took a couple of weeks to get it where I like it. Ideally it only shoots the wind to just above your head with as much slant as can get away with so the push against the wind is minimized. Give the wind as much "out" as possible. I ride mostly in warm territory, so don't need too big a shield.
The one I chose for the 750 Spirit works well, it is a "Slipstreamer S-06 Spitfire". Started with it sitting right on the head-light and slowly raised it and tilted it till I could feel the wind going a couple inches over my head. Interestingly enough, it put the top of the shield right at about lips or nose height and the slant lined up with the angle of the front forks nicely. Couldn't ask for better. I don't think it catches more air than my body did and is way more aerodynamic; sending the water, bugs, etc. over my head.
With any luck the same one should fit the Phantom pretty well, the bars are a little different, but the shield mounts are adjustable. The question I need to answer first is if I want to put the risers on the Phantom bars or not. It is more comfortable than I expected stock, but I do kinda like the laid-back riding position as much as can so that extra couple inches might be nice.