You go ahead and butcher your supercharger and tell me what you think.
I've made several observations (but collected no data) between my two cars.
1. Both are running Gen3'*.
2. Both are running similar intakes.
3. The 93 typically ran a 2.3" pulley in the summer.
4. The 95 ran a 2.5" pulley in the summer. (should run cooler).
At idle without fan override, the 93 is typically 5-15 degrees cooler than the 95. Granted, I run a 160 degree thermostat in the 93 vs. a 180 in the 95, but I also run a 'slower' water pump in the 93. The 93 will STILL idle to the same temp as the 95.
(coolant temp actually isn't that great of a factor on the SC)
At idle with fan override, that temp differential climbs to 10-20 degrees difference.
After driving (typical around-town stuff) the average difference is typically 15-25 degrees difference. At the dragstrip, with or without ice, the cooldown period is FAR less between them, or the black SC compared to any other at WCBF. In fact, with ice involved, the black SC excels even more. Regardless of the fact that it SHOULD be creating more heat than any other SC out there. The temps are roughly the same (rather than hotter) than other SC'* at the end of a run, but cools down at a remarkably quicker rate.