This article is from the comp.sys.acorn FAQ, by Paul Vigay with numerous contributions by others.
In a word, no.
To be slightly less terse it is worthwhile doing a comparison of the c.s.a FAQ with other newsgroup's FAQs. For this task I used a 'snapshot' CD ROM of the rtfm.mit.edu FAQ archive that was taken in March 1995. Here are a few sample sizes:-
FAQ Size in bytes --- ------------- comp.sys.acorn (as posted 6th Jan 1999) 176,678 soc.feminism (resources list) 239,256 comp.sys.amiga (introduction) 167,632 comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware 318,882 comp.sys.apollo 162,638
As can be seen by the above table the size of the FAQ is neither overly large nor is it particularly uncommon. This FAQ has grown by about 60K over the last three years (not too bad IMHO!).
Having said that, this table was compiled in 1995 by Philip Banks, so the other FAQs are likely to have grown in size too.