Engine Manuveur Specials

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Maneuver Increases Technology Effect Description Rarity
Improved Counter-Inertia Maneuver Limit 50 Improving our counter-inertia systems has resulted in the ability to achieve more maneuverability. Common
Theories in Counter-Inertia Maneuver Limit 60 There have been theories floating around about using different methods for counter-inertia and it turns out that one of them was better than our old system. Common
Advanced Counter-Inertia Theories Maneuver Limit 70 We have upgraded our inertial compensators and can now reach higher maneuverability speeds. Common
Reactive Inertial Compensating Theories Maneuver Limit 80 Programs that react to sudden changes in direction help keep our inertial compensators in tip-top shape. Common
Advanced Counter-Inertia Maneuver Limit 90 Making smaller more sophisticated inertial compensators gives our engines the ability to achieve a higher maneuverability. Common
Predictive Inertia Theories Maneuver Limit 100 What if our compensators could predict what a pilot will do next? One scientist asked the question and decided to make one that could. Common
Neural Inertial Theories Maneuver Limit 110 If we used limited AI to control our inertial compensators we should have no problem reaching higher maneuverability. Common
Improved Counter-Inertia Concepts Maneuver Limit 130 Upgrading the sensors our limited AI uses to control our engines should yield a little more maneuverability. Common
Reactive Inertial Compensators Maneuver Limit 140 Inertial compensators designed to instantly react to changes in direction means our maneuverability can go ever higher. Common
Advanced Counter-Inertia Concepts Maneuver Limit 150 Putting the theories to the test our scientists have created an engine that can increase the maneuverability of our engines. Common
Reactive Inertial Compensation Concepts Maneuver Limit 160 The concepts of reactive inertial compensation have been debated and tested in the lab and a new engine has come as a result of those tests that allows for a higher maneuverability. Common
Predictive Inertial Compensation Concepts Maneuver Limit 170 The theories behind compensators that can predict what a pilot will do next have been researched and tested in numerous trial runs. Our newest engines will come equiped with an upgraded system that can better predict what a pilot will do next. Common
Neural Inertial Compensation Concepts Maneuver Limit 180 Giving our limited AI the ability to change the power going into the intertial compensators allows us to overload them at any time. Common
Predictive Inertial Compensators Maneuver Limit 190 Saving the maneuvering data from our ships and storing it away helps our engineers to see what kind of stress high speed maneuvering puts on the engine. Following this information allowed them to build an engine which could maintain a higher maneuverability than before. Common
Improved Counter-Inertia Patterns Maneuver Limit 200 Studying how ships change directions while moving should give us a better idea of how to maneuver them. Common
Advanced Counter-Inertia Patterns Maneuver Limit 210 Studying the movement patterns of out pilots allows us to predict and compensate for a quick change in direction. Common
Induced Reactive Inertial Compensators Maneuver Limit 220 Compensators now come equiped with software and hardware that can easily handle the most common maneuvers used by our pilots allowing for more maneuverability. Common
Induced Predictive Inertial Compensators Maneuver Limit 230 The newest inertial compensators come equiped with software that knows every move a pilot will make before he makes it allowing for a more responsive engine. Common
Induced Neural Inertial Compensators Maneuver Limit 240 Forcing our compensators to their limits yields a slight increase in maneuverability. Common
Neural Inertial Compensators Maneuver Limit 255 Inertial compensators that think for themselves allow us to reach the highest maneuverability possible. Common

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