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Is Burton Custom V Rocker stable at high speed??

Currently riding on my Forum Recon 158(this is what i learn snowboarding from), as i became better, i wanted more speed going down the slope, but i realized the board is not stable at high speed, kinda dicey, i feel like losing control of the board, is it because the Recon is too soft? so now, im looking at the Burton Custom V Rocker, some ppl say this board is stiff, some ppl say its soft, so is this board stable at high speed(im not trying to bomb the slope or anything, but i just want a all mountain stable board), im not into park, maybe few jumps, but i do want to learn buttering, im 5'11, 195lbs, size 10.5 boots, im looking at the 163, will it be too long for me? i dont really like the 159 tho, or you guys have other recommendation for me, that will be great too, thanks in advance.

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