Would ultra-efficient carbon sequestrion produce immediate results in global temperatures?

So, imagine a new technology were introduced that was incredibly efficient at carbon sequestration, lets say removal of ~90% of carbon in processed air and processing 10 tons of gas per minute (these numbers can be fudged, the basic gist is extreme carbon sequestration that would be visible on a global scale in a very short order of time, like, less than a decade or so).

Earth is warming, and it's obvious in our longer spring/fall seasons and shorter winters. If we were to quickly remove atmospheric CO2 using the above mcguffin, would the seasons revert to pre-industrial levels relatively quickly, or would earth have trapped a significant amount of solar energy that would need to radiate away before we began to see normal seasons?

So, looking at Figure 1, if we started rapidly removing carbon from the atmopshere, the temperatures should reflect within a year or two, and if we removed ALL of the anthropogenic delta-CO$_2$, we could expect temperatures to go back to pre-industrial revolution plus or minus any natural changes since then in about 10 years.