Its called inferred from examples provided where no capital ship in the new system has a thrust value over thrust 6, that isn't a cherry pick its what has been presented. You also keep bringing past editions up in discussions so I backed up precedence from the earlier edition.There is no such rule in the new edition. Do we apply all the rules from first edition to second edition - or just cherry pick?
Dogfighting is getting into range where a missile exchange would be less than ideal and where maneuver is more important than speed, which doesn't limit itself to a particular medium.You have no medium to exchange energy with. As a result ships in space can not bank and turn like aircraft, nor can the suddenly stop and reverse direction - handbrake turn.
As for banks and turns, a spacecraft can certainly simulate banks and turns but would be rather wasteful given the environment they operate under.
Stop and reversing direction in a spacecraft is rather easy in space unlike air.