yes, if your windshield is tall enough for you, but you are getting buffeting at highways speeds, that is what lowers / fork deflectors are for. It makes a larger pocket of air behind the windshield and throws the air up higher over your helmet.
You will have to adjust the angle of the windshield and deflectors to get the best results. As long as your windshield comes up to the level of your nose, you should be able to tune it in.
It wont be perfect, like riding a goldwing with a full fairing, but it will be better than riding with nothing at 75mph.