Now there is some confusion:
Agfa CT Precisa
and there is
Agfaphoto CT Precisa
At least in its current version the AgfaPhoto one is not the same as the former one.
For those new to the Agfa subject:
AgfaPhoto is a designation used sparcely by Agfa since the late 90's or so to indicate their Consumer Branch.
However it was not used as brand.
When Agfa sold off that department in 2004 the new entity and its holding company got the name AgfaPhoto.
The life of that production company was only for some months, then it went mysteriously bancrupt. The holding company still exists.
It sold off remnants out of the film stock (either manufactured by Agfa or Agfaphoto). The AgfaPhoto APX is out of that stock. When their colour film stock ended they rebranded films from other manufacturers.
AgfaPhoto of today is not a manufacturer. Furthermore they license the name AgfaPhoto for different kind of photo-related products.
Agfa which is still alive and huge and still owner of the brandname Agfaphoto started a legal case against that rebranding with their name but lost the case.
Agfa CT Precisa in Tetenal, and other things.
@jm94 : I got too not so great results from Agfa CT Precisa films with Tetenal 3 baths kits, but it was a few years ago, presumably with German Made Agfa Films.
The results had rather strong magenta/pink cast equally ! Don't know why ! I wonder if Stabilizer step or final washing can have something to do with this.
@ BMbikerider : The extended FD time for Fuji films in Tetenal 3 baths kit is sadly a rather well known "urban legend", caused by buggy instructions sheets, I know it because I once believed it !
I post right now in your thread "Confusing Instruction" on the subject, to avoid threads crossing.