How reliable are the older scrambler 1000’s I’ve had two 850’s (one was 2013 and other was 2013 with 2015 motor) bought them both blown, and I liked them but felt like I wanted a little more power as I’d be adding larger tires, and looking for something I’d keep for a long time.... My first 850 I swapped an engine into it (really easy machines to work on which is a big reason for wanting one) and it had a few stutters on colder days, and felt like it was gonna break sometimes so I ended up selling it. Next one I bought I rebuilt the engine myself with new parts didn’t do it to perfection as I didn’t want to keep it. I drove it for about an hour and had other people test ride it as it was for sale and when I sold it, guy who bought it said it was leaking oil so he brought it back, I realized I used the wrong gasket maker, I replaced the seals and gasket maker and it wasn’t leaking at all when I had it (after a day of letting everything settle I had it idle for about 2-3 hours, pushed a ton for an hour and then let it cool down and repeated)and then the second I gave it to him it started leaking again, gave him $500 and called it a day... so are these quads that wont last long? The leaking was ok for me but buying two of em blown and having some issues afterwards. Also forgot to mention both scramblers were extremely finicky on both of them they would idle rough with rpms going up and down but to fix it I pinched the hose to the sensor on the airbox which was a little weird... Before that I replaced tps sensor, cdi and basically anything that would mess with that as I basically have a whole other quad in pieces, and the one thing I got out of it was all the cdi’s acted differently with both motors.. what’re your guy’s thoughts on the scramblers 2013-2017?