i don't think it is the fan cycle so much as the pressure issue. the fan cycle is detecting the liquid pressure (which is too low), and isn't cycling the fan on soon enough, by the time it does, the compressor relief is already bypassing.
This should be a good one, the high superheat indicates a starving evaporator but the lack of subcooling is trouble.
The high excess compressor amperage is obviously telling you there is an issue. Im assuming this is a R22 system. Is it metering correctly? Can you range the SH? Your restriction could wind up being the TXV if its not the drier, kinked lines or the obvious.
Internal filter drier was restricting flow. You know the ones i'm talking about, those POS copper FD's that trane put inside the unit. The mesh had actually come apart and the dessicant had come out of it.
Anyway, long story short, dumbass had low pressures, so he just kept adding refrigerant until the suction got above freezing.
Anyway, i speculate that because the system was so grossly overcharged there wasnt a temp drop across the internal FD. (There wasnt, i checked)
I recovered 18.5lbs of refrigerant, factory charge is 7.75, and i charged it to 13.75. System is running well, but there are some other issues that need attention.