Silverfish Finance

We are pleased to announce that we are now offering 0% finance on our ex-demo and clearance bikes. Finance applications can be made via email in three easy steps.

  1. Register on our website here
  2. Send us an email including the name of the bike you are interested in, your full name, address, Silverfish UK account number, email address and mobile number
  3. Fill out the application provided to you via email or text by our finance partner

Emails should be sent to sales@silverfish-uk.com with the subject reading “Finance Application”.

For further details you can visit our Finance FAQ page. Alternatively you can make your finance application during office hours by phone.

Tel:01752 843 882

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Frequently Asked Questions - FORMULA
Need any further help that isn't answered in our FAQs?

Be sure to check out our Formula Tech page.

How do I bleed my brakes and how often should this be done?
Because DOT fluid is hydrophilic (water loving) and deteriorates over time, you should bleed your brakes at least once per year. We strongly recommend taking your brakes to your local Formula dealer to have them perform this service. If you are familiar with bleeding our brakes and need a refresher, have a look at our bleed instructions in our tech section. Getting a proper bleed on your brakes is...
Which oil should be used with my Formula brakes?
We always recommend to use only DOT 4 oil. Click here to buy.
Do you have key/tool to sell so that brake caliper cap can be changed?

The removal of the Formula caliper caps requires the use of a specialist tool, which we do not supply aftermarket. This will need to returned to us, this can be arranged via your local Formula dealer.

How do I bleed my brakes and how often should this be done?
Because DOT fluid is hydrophilic (water loving) and deteriorates over time, you should bleed your brakes at least once per year. We strongly recommend taking your brakes to your local Formula dealer to have them perform this service. If you are familiar with bleeding our brakes and need a refresher, have a look at our bleed instructions in our tech section.Getting a proper bleed on your brakes is ...
What types of pads are available for my brakes?
Conditions, rider weight and individual riding style can have a big impact on selecting the correct pad compound for your specific riding. The recommendations found below are general guidelines. Formula offers 3 different types of pad compounds: Organic w/steel backing plate (found stock on RX) - Best for general dry trail riding for average weight riders (below 170lbs). Heavier riders, or those ...
Can I use non-Formula parts with my Formula Brakes such as..
Can I use non-Formula parts with my Formula Brakes such as aftermarket pads and rotors? We do not test any other products than our own with our brakes, therefore we cannot recommend any aftermarket pads, rotors, lever blade or other parts. We have seen many cases where incorrect parts end up causing damage to a brake system. If damage is cased to your Formula Brake due to the use of a non-Formula...
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