I have not seen such policy applied on any customer network but If this config is supported yes remaining bandwidth will be available for the class-default. And in this config traffic is not rate-limited to 100 kbps since exceed and violate actions are transmit and are being used to set dscp value to a different value.
So traffic on class af3_output may go till 8mbps or even till link bandwidth and if it is not being utilized completely remaining bandwidth will be available to class-default
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