Well firstly surely weight doesn't tell anything towards body composition but for calisthenics it's important that you're lean (10-12% body fat and even lower if you want) because even 2kg of fat makes a very big difference towards the difficulty of the exercises, it's kinda like having extra weight source from a weight vest or plate but it's just your fat lol. Before I started calisthenics I started my fat loss journey, I was running but not consistently, I stopped eating some bad foods, and I was 95-97kg or something along those marks (maybe even more lol), and then I also started calisthenics and I lost weight to about 83kg and then I hit a plateau, I thought I could get over it without counting calories but I couldn't, so I decided to give myself a break, especially since I'm 16 years old (was 15 when I hit the plateau), and teens shouldn't go on a caloric deficit for too long. Now winter came and I had a break but I gave into sugars too much lol, I'm glad I was at least working out so some of those calories was going to muscle. But yeah, winter, pretty much carbs n stuff for about 2 months and I had gained up to 91kg, I was surprised because everything fit the same and I lost only a little definition, but I got stronger in exercises (of course not the muscle up lol). So now I began a cut and my water weight is going down like crazy, I'm already 87.7kg in like the first 4 days.
Some people consider heavyweight to be anything from 185cm 85kg and higher, but considering my friends are 66-74kg, I consider myself as well as you to be heavyweight (according to the other people's assumption we're almost heavyweight). I'm just about 180-181cm as well. And depending on your body fat%, you could go on a cut to lose some more fat weight, don't worry about muscle loss if you're a teen. My ideal bodyweight would be 81kg if I'm losing only fat but considering I'm losing water weight mostly now, I'd have to go a bit lower, something like 78kg, which would make calisthenics a lot easier.