Hey Sizzle. Based on what you have going, I personally recommend more BLUE in the spectrum. If you could, swap two of those RED LED's with two blue. I know those things cost a lot but too much RED and you'll have a "little shop of horrors" on your hands.... kidding !!
Blue for vegetative growth and red for flower( that is a generalization of course). That doesn't mean that you can get by with just BLUE's for growth and just RED's for flower. You should balance the Blues'and Red's. More Blue's than Red's in the growth cycle, then change to more Red's than Blue's during flower and fruit. I ideally you should shop for "full spectrum" LED's and just run those from start to finish. You can get a full spectrum LED for pretty cheap these days.
But if you win the lottery and have more cash to play with.... I'm going to recommend a Light Emitting Ceramic, or LEC. I have a 315W in a 4x4 tent, and I am amazed at how well the plants do in that light. Plus, it's only 315 watts for it's fairly easy to control the heat. Heat is a killer !!! (and so are those little Aphid fuc^kers). Sorry for the implied expletive.
Happy Growing !!