It is only 8.25% crystal malt, that is less than 10%. I think that would be fine in most beers including an RIS. I think mash temp, yeast pitching rate/starter, and yeast selection are way more important than crystal malt percentage (which are not given), in most beers. But, especially in big beers. If he was using over 10% percent crystal malt I may be concerned, but probably not in this case. However, I do agree you will need to increase your base grain malt if you are planning to do a parti gyle RIS to obtain 10 gallons total wort, unless you are planning on using DME to adjust your gravity? Right now, roughly punching it into ProMash only gives you an OG of about 1.080 with approximately 75% efficiency, which is big for a Foreign Export Stout. Not so much for a RIS.