throttle body

German translation: Drosselklappen / Drosselventile

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English term or phrase:throttle body
German translation:Drosselklappen / Drosselventile
Entered by: Cristina Moldovan do Amaral

08:00 Feb 12, 2001
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: throttle body
Throttle bodies
They are in a motorbike (the motorbike has 4 throttle bodies and the bike is fuel feed by a fuel injection system).
eveline
Drosselklappen / Drosselventile
Explanation:
Throttle is actually a short form of throttle valve = Drosselklappe / Drosselventil. These would be valves located in the air-flow system, since the fule is injected. Since such a valve is usually a component in itself, one can probably leave the "bodies" out.
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Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 07:46
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Hello! Thanks a lot for your answer! I was looking for a different term to use for throttle body, to distinguish between "Drosselventil/-klappe und -body, though. It's great that you answered!
Best wishes, Eveline
Eveline
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Drosselklappen / Drosselventile


Explanation:
Throttle is actually a short form of throttle valve = Drosselklappe / Drosselventil. These would be valves located in the air-flow system, since the fule is injected. Since such a valve is usually a component in itself, one can probably leave the "bodies" out.



    Routledge "German Technical Dictionary"
Alexander Schleber
Belgium
Local time: 07:46
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
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Grading comment
Hello! Thanks a lot for your answer! I was looking for a different term to use for throttle body, to distinguish between "Drosselventil/-klappe und -body, though. It's great that you answered!
Best wishes, Eveline
Eveline
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