Again...Per Kutas 3rd edition.. <You should get this book if you plan on making sausages and cured meats>
A dried cured chorizo can be made using and combination of lean meats or 100% pork butt. Grind all chilled meats 32-34°F thru 1/2" plate... Etc..
Sausage is placed on smokesticks and allowed to ripen 3 days at 70-75° F, humidity 70-80%. Then dry for 15 days at 50-55° F, humidity at 60-70%
Evidently the Cubans store in a container under lard.
Soo... it's not cooked, nor smoked traditionally. But if you want to smoke it, I would wait the 3 days for aging before you wax the bugs in the Fermento with the high temps. An internal of 150 or so should leave the fat pretty intact.