Mo's best wind aided was 9.78 and most of his best races came with minimal or no wind assistance. Don't think the wind made as big of a difference for Mo as it does for some people.
I actually witnessed his 9.78. It was fairly early in the season (meaning he wasn't near a peak) and I highly doubt he could have run that fast without the wind. In fact I don't know if he broke 9.87 that year. I know there's a lot of talk about how the wind doesn't help him as much as others but I'm not completely sold on the idea. I think our sample size is too small to really make any hard conclusions. If we look at when in the season he ran his fast windy times and when he ran his fast non-windy times as well as put them in the context of the rest of performances he had during that season I think it points more to the fact that he's peaked very well for the major championships and he's had some great times somewhat earlier in the year that have been aided by wind.
If we talk about a 'basic' time using the quasi-sciences of wind and altitude adjustments Mo's 9.82 in Edmonton remains the fastest 100m ever run at 9.78.