I think your getting Cyl Temp and engine coolent temp confused , mixed , crossed
As you know you have 2 temps , engine coolent that cools the heat from the Cyl and Cyl temp , the more work (load) and engine does the more fuel it needs to keep doing it idle 14.7 , NA 13.0 , FI 11.5 big boost 10.5 all depending on the engine , It needs this fuel to help keep the cyl charge cool and to feed the demand for power/load , more air going in needs more fuel added
Actually the cooler the engine (engine coolent temp) is the less efficient it is to a point
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