Selecting suitable parts values is ONE problem, which - however - could be solved in this case. The bigger problem is to find a suitable operational amplifier. A Wien-type oscillator needs a gain of three - and to achieve this (without disturbing phase shifts) for a frequency of 160 MHz requires an opamp with a gain-bandwidth product of at least several GHz.
Therefore, I recommend to try one of the classical transistor-based oscillator topologies.
EDIT1: Another problem connected with the use of opamps is the limited slew rate of these devices - even if you could find an opamp with the required gan-bandwidth product.
**EDIT2:**There are some special opamp topologies which can be used for an 160MHz Wien oscillator: Current-feedback amplifiers exhibit very large gain-bandwidth products and phantastic slew rates (SR).
Example: OPA695 allows a gain of three at 160MHz with a slew rate SR=4300V/µs.