The following systems provide power armor suits more ambulation versatility, allowing them to function better in aeronautic and nautical environments.

Name | Weight | S.R. | Base Speed | *Max. Boost | Endurance | **Ideal Cap. | Cost | Perf. Boost Cost/10 mph & 20 mins | M.D.C. | Enclosed |

Climbing Claws | 4 Lb. each set | 5 per set | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | 2,000 per limb | N/A | 10 | Either |

EMT-1 | 200 Lb. | 30; Torso | 220 mph | 230 mph | 8 hours | 900 Lb. | 200,000 | 7,000 | 1; 150 | No |

EMT-2 | 250 Lb. | 30; Torso | 275 mph | 180 mph | 10 hours | 1,000 Lb. | 300,000 | 10,000 | 2; 100 per | No |

EMT-3 | 250 Lb. | 30; Torso | 350 mph | 320 mph | 16 hours | 900 Lb. | 320,000 | 11,000 | 2; 100 per | No |

Thrust Vectoring Duct Acc. | 50 Lb. per | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | 50,000 per | N/A | 25 per | Yes |

EMMT-1 | 120 Lb. | 20; Legs/Torso | 90 mph | 110 mph | 5 hours | 800 Lb. | 150,000 | 15,000 | 6; 25 per | Yes/No |

EMT-4 | 250 Lb. | 30; Torso | 40 mph | 80 mph | N/A | 1,200 Lb. | 320,000 | 11,000 | 2; 100 per | No |

EMT-5 | 350 Lb. | 30; Torso | 40 mph/90 mph | 80 mph/110 mph | N/A - 5 hours | 1,200/800 Lb. | 650,000 | 11,000/15,000 | 175 | No |

EMMT-2 | 120 Lb. | 20; Legs/Torso | 30 mph | 20 mph | N/A | 1,000 Lb. | 150,000 | 15,000 | 6; 25 per | Yes/No |

EMMT-3 | 80 Lb. | 15; Legs/Torso | N/A | N/A | ***60 seconds | 600 Lb. | 100,000 | ***15,000 | 4; 25 per | Yes/No |

* This is the maximum amount the base speed may be raised by. This is accomplished through using more expensive circuitry, better cam devices, a higher energy feed to the turbines, and elaborating on the existing cooling system - all in an effort to increase thrust.

** This is the ideal weight capacity of these systems. For every 25 Lb. over the ideal weight, decrease the base speed by 5 mph and the endurance by 10 minutes. For every 25 Lb. less than the ideal weight, increase the base speed by 5 mph and the endurance by 10 minutes.

*** See the description of the EMMT-3 above.

Wings are often added to power armor units to improve maneuverability in flight and high altitude performance, or to provide additional space for weaponry for both flying types and ground combat types. (Though you encounter fewer of the latter than the former.) Wings attachment to power armor is relatively straight forward and painless - requiring only about 5 S.R. per wing. Winglets are unnecessary, but provide additional stability for forward flying suits of power armor, like the SAMAS, at a cost of 2.5 S.R. per winglet. Head-first style flight does not require the use of stabilizers. All the wings described weigh about 10 Lb. per foot.

Stats Listed per ONE Wing | |||||||||

Wingspan | S.R. Required | S.R. Provided | Alt. Allowance | Weight Allowance | Cost | Wingletspan | S.R. Required | S.R. Provided | Cost |

3.25' | 5 | 15 | 500' | 1,000 Lb. | 32,500 | 1' | 2.5 | 5 | 6,000 |

6' | " | 30 | 6,000' | 1,000 Lb. | 60,000 | 2' | " | 10 | 12,000 |

+1' | " | +5 | +2,000' | +100 Lb. | +10,000 | +6" | " | +2.5 | +3,000 |