Scott started posting dyno charts on the Cadillac forum and presenting results in a different way than people were used to seeing them. Horsepower and torque were being measured on the best dynamometers available, using the industry standard SAE correction factor and proper smoothing. This made the numbers presented completely legitimate and reproducible. Air/fuel ratio and boost were also included on the charts. Most importantly, these dyno charts showed wide, flat powerbands with incredible area under the curve. People noticed, and Scott started receiving private messages and emails from other ATS-V owners asking for help. And so Tapout Tuning was created as his latest venture into the world of automotive performance.