A Fischer Race Stokc 183 GS ski is going to brutal.
I am going to assue this is more of the women's race stock ski abd is probably more in the 23-24M radius area.
Still, way too much ski for your everyday groomer skiing on a public hill.
I recently skied on an Atomic 183cm D2 Race Gs (24M) Very difficult to turn at low speed, as Primoz say NO BUMPS!!!
They were great once I got going 45MPH+ , but were brick stiff and really not that much fun unless I had a complelelty deserted slope and it was smooth.
I hihgly recommend the Atomic NON-FIS D2 Race GS in a 179 for you. That is what I am on and I way 187 lbs. In a 179 the ski has an 18.4 M radius is damp quiet powerful and has tenacious edge grip.
I skied this ski back to back with the NON-FIS Head i.speed and Fisher RC4 pro, both of whihc were extrememly stiff longitudianally.
The Atomic was easier to ski and had better edge hold. ISince the NON-FIS D2 GS is 70mm uncer foot, I have even skied it in soft chopped up powdery bumps and it was easy and performed beutifully even to my surprise, but remember not too many years ago our mid-fats were 70MM at the waist.
The secret of this ski is the tip in front of the D2 control deck is fairly flexible, but as the ski is arced the contorl deck, progressively stiffens the ski,.
I am not aflitaed with Atomic and have a bunch of Head skis in the garage too, but this truly may be the est ski I have eve owned and I have had a bunch over the years. (Currently 23 pair in my garageof reasonably current race and various other skis)