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help translation from german

Hello,
i am new in this forum.
I guess the forum is located in the US or UK(??)
as i live in germany i have to communicate in english so first of all lets translate the words:

I try to put a motor on a bike so thast i will have a pedelec. For this i want to use:
- a motor
- a sensor to start the motor by biking
- a "Steuergeraet" well now i know this word in german only: what is the word in english? i mean "Steuergeraet" means the electronic box with which the motor is run
- i want to use a "Drehgriff": now again i dont know the translartion: what is the enfglish word for "Drehgriff"?? i mean by this what i have on the hand like in a motorcycle and what i turn with hand to give gas
- a battery
-and of course a bicycle
-and brakes

when i know those words in english ("Steuergeraet + Drehgriff) i want to tell you:

i could get :
- a motor
- a sensor
- a drehgriff
- a "steuergeraet"
- battery

from a pedelec company . then i will just check if i am able to put all right together
thank you
visfor

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Re: help translation from german

Steuergeraet = Controller
Drehgriff = Clutch/transmission. :)

Online translator I used: http://www.online-translator.com/text.asp

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Re: help translation from german

Hi Visfor,

Welcome to the V is for Voltage Community!

Steuergeraet = Controller

Drehgrif = Throttle (sometimes referred to as a "Twist Grip Throttle")

- a motor
- a sensor
- a Twist Grip Throttle
- a Controller
- a battery

Other than those two words, your translation is perfect!

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Re: help translation from german

visfor,

wenn Sie mehre Hilfe brauchen, ich kann auch Deutsch.

I'm always happy to help out with German.

-Crusher300
Silver EVT 4000e (60 volt) San Mateo, CA

-Crusher300
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Re: help translation from german

`visfor,
Again welcome to our V is for Voltage Community, where else can you find all this good help. We are truly a world wide EV Community, our Moderator Team also has a member from Germany to help you if needed, just contact Forum Support.
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