Transition to Biped

Salvius is now sitting high in preparation for a new achievement, bipedal walking! I've attached the new pair of legs to the robot using four car-door shock absorbers. All that remains to be done is creating a few small brackets that will reattach the torso motor to the upper body of the robot. These brackets are a critical part of the robot's new design because the large motor that controls the left and right movement of the upper body is needed to shift the center of gravity from one leg to another.

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