I've looked at a lot of brands and models. The SHR varies. Some, like Rheem & Trane with TXV coils run a SHR around .70 or .71. Others, especially with piston coils, run .75 or more. That's 2-3 less gallons of water out of the air on the average day. As dash says, if you have a problem you can lower the airflow.
As a general rule larger coils run a tad warmer so dehumidify less. We've pretty much gone to always using TXVs even on one brand we sell that ARI rates 13 without them. The SHR published is at 95 out, on a mild day, a piston coil can run a pretty high superheat meaning a good chunk of the coil may be above dewpoint and not dehumidifying.