140mL is about 2x 62mL, so (if the capacity is same as for Fuji), the chem would be about half exhausted, requiring a dev time of 3:23 instead of 3:15. So anywhere around 3:20 ought to be fine; I don't think you can time it nearly that accurately anyway what with fill-time and time waiting for the stop to go in. Fuji says the 3:15 includes 10s of pour time but they say nothing about dev sitting on the film after dumping the bulk of the dev out.
The instructions for both Fuji and Rollei both say to reuse, so I don't see much point in one-shotting. Pro labs do the replenishment thing and they (if run properly) get perfect (i.e. within process definition) results.
Edit: if you go look in my C-41 overdilution thread, there's someone using dilute RA-4 to (apparently successfully) soup film. So the process might actually be kind of forgiving. I suspect that the minor variations in time and developer activity that we're discussing are irrelevant. You probably need to stuff up badly to cause crossover and if you're hybrid, that still doesn't really matter.
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