Yes. The point of the cooler is to keep the oil from getting so hot that the oil pump can't maintain adequate oil pressure to keep the oil flowing into the crank and cam bearings. The biggest risk of this kind of pressure loss is actually when a smokin' hot engine drops to idle RPM.^ wouldn't the point of a cooler be to cool oil, not increase pressure? The cooler oil will have a thicker viscosity and more psi which will be from being harder to pump due to increased viscosity.
this all makes since...but why would a supercharged car need a true oil cooler? i know a cetnri does not use the engine oil and im pretty sure a p/d blower doesnt either...I am posting this as it seems apparent to me that the responders so far don't know much about the Boss oil cooler setup.
The Boss oil cooler is a COOLANT based oil cooler that relies on coolant flow around a heat sink that the oil filter attaches to. In other words there is no additional oil added to the system/engine as this is Not a traditional oil cooler. If you research the Ford racing site there is a >$1,000 true oil cooler that is sold that has hard lines that attach to a traditional air cooled oil cooler that is recommended for track use.
The other responders have covered the traditional oil cooler impacts. Hope this helps, but please note using the radiator to attempt to cool the oil is a factory cheap step when they should have used a traditional oil cooler on the Boss cars. Your supercharged car needs MAX oil cooling not a $200 heat sink if you plan on tracking it.