If so, TMax 100 might be your friend.
By underexposing TMax 100 two stops at EI 400, and then push processing in Xtol 1:1, you will get results that are confusingly alike the venerable Tri-X 320 (TXP).
One of the frames below is Tri-X 320 processed in replenished Xtol, and the other according to the recipe above. If I hadn't known which is which, I wouldn't be able to tell them apart. The sky changed between shots.
Both frames scanned according to the same scanner settings, and processed together using the same changes. No individual changes, except overcoming the higher base fog of TXP by adding just a hair more contrast in the black on that frame.
Grain, you say? Of course TXP will have more grain. But perhaps the sharpness of TMax will help you overcome your loss.