Wilson Steam 99 (not the S version) Specs

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  1. srvnvly

    srvnvly Professional

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  2. JDMasFCK

    JDMasFCK Semi-Pro

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    x1b would be really good but it would move a lot after awhile
     
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  3. JackB1

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    looks like the S has a slightly higher swingweight than the 99 and less power. Looks like a good choice for those that want more control and don't need the extra spin boost.
     
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  4. canadad

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    Looks interesting, very slight differences between the 16x18 and the S in swing weight, stiffness and weight. That could be a quality control issue though. I'd like to try the S a little more.
    Here is the link to the S:
    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-STM99s.html
     
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  5. gagaover

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    Has the 99 a matte finish than the 99s and 105s like the new blade 93?
     
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  6. TimothyO

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    Yeah, those numbers are well within Wilson's margin of error in manufacturing.
     
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