If high velocity was my only desire in a 9mm I would examine Alliant's load data for Power Pistol.
You probably won't get a load as hot as what you describe, but you will have one screaming load at what should be a safe pressure. (As always, start low and work up.)
I have loaded my .38 Super to the velocity you describe, but I have never hot rodded the 9mm.
It may not be feasible to duplicate the Cor-Bon load with canister powder. I think that you can get close, though. Such loads will lead to shorter gun life, and shorter brass life. Pressure is not the whole story, slide velocity is hard on pistols.