If you really have your heart set on the higher gravity, yes you can add more DME as you described Assuming your yeast pitch was sufficient for the original anticipated gravity it shouldn't cause any problems. GXM's addition sounds about right. The question becomes do you have enough room in the fermentor. With a gravity that high the fermentation usually gets pretty aggressive and the Krausen will eat up a whole lot of headroom.
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