The speed parameters let you describe a delegate’s average speed and maximum acceleration. You can also define how much a delegate slows down as it turns or goes upward, and how much it speeds up when it goes down.
Turning parameters let you indicate how quickly a delegate can turn, and how much it can turn upward and downward. And banking parameters describe how much and how quickly a delegate banks and its banking limit.
All of these parameters work together to describe different types of creatures. A small fish, for instance, can turn more quickly than a large bird. A fish’s speed would not be effected when the fish traveled up or down, but a bird’s speed might be altered by its upward or downward direction.