With the little 38R on my truck as a single a while back in Winter I dropped about 15 or so trucks in about 20 or so minutes a number of wich were stacked dodges and 12 valves making more power than me.
The biggest issue with that little 38R was efficiency spinning at 40lbs of boost being driven by B-code fuel.
But, with ambient temps in the teens/20's I had ice cubes coming across the compressor and the same ice cubes blowing through the cooler. It was running stroooooooonnnnnnggggg. Strong enough that about half of those truck's owners were still waiting for me in the parking lot when I got to the pull just to figure out what in the HELL was going on with that 7.3, even after I stopped at the ATM and all.
Ambient temp plays a very big role in power output. Denser air in, means denser air in the cylinders all else constant.
I eventually wouldn't mind building a duct system that ducts air from the very front of the bumper up to an airbox where the pass side battery goes. That way it would not only be cooler air, but there is almost certainly a measurable high pressure zone in front of that bumper. Every little bit of Pressure Ratio help is gravy.