Out of frustration waiting for a chance to go to a bigger hill, I finally broke down and took my 190cm Machete McGs (turn radius in low 20s) out to the bunny hill yesterday. After two years or so of mostly short radius turns on a 13-m ski, I expected to find some differences. I did.
I noticed the inside ski required a little more attention, and clean initiation required a firmer but steady approach. I also found that I could easily get big tipping angles without the drama of very high g-forces. It was a little harder to get the skis to shoot me to the next turn however. From experience, maximum speed on this bunny hill is around 35 mph. I was able to make beautiful railroad tracks, and ski the slow line fast on the wider run. While doing so, carving back a little uphill to go around islands of trees, etcetera, I found myself in one corner where I needed to make a very tight turn. This tight turn would have required a very high lean angle, and with I did not have time to drop my CG far enough down to achieve that angle. I found myself making the turn on the front of one ski and skidding the tail a bit. Maybe with enough time and practice I would be able to anticipate the turn and set up well enough to get the required angle. I also found on the smooth slippery shinny snow that the edges did not have sufficient bite at my weight (165 lbs) to make super tight turns with these skis. The skis camber overpowered the grip when they were bent too far.
So yeah, get the right tool for the job.