This is just my take on it, but if you get all 1.133 of your gravity from grain, you're going to end up with a beer that tastes more barley wine than Imperial IPA, especially with a target FG of 1.033. As long as that is what you're going for (an extremely thick, sweet Imperial) then so be it, but if you're looking for something a bit drier don't hesitate to reduce your grain bill a bit and use corn sugar or honey to boost your gravity.
The other dilemma I see is that a beer that big is going to take a very long time to carbonate (assuming this is going into bottles), and an even longer time to age and mellow out given the huge grain bill. However, Imperial IPA's are best consumed fresh in my opinion, when the hop aroma and flavors are at their peak.
If I were brewing it, I would aim for an O.G. of closer to 1.095 mashed at a low temp like you have listed, and with a decent amount of that gravity contributed by highly fermentable sugars (honey or corn sugar), say around 18 gravity points. That will give you the ABV without the cloying residual sweetness.
Either way, let us know how it turns out.