I'm more of a PMK 1+2+50 kind of guy, but I have learned that pyro is a slow developer.

So either (rarely), wait, (agitating in front of the TV, and try not to loose track of agitaion rate) , or (much more often) crank the temperture higher to get processing times down. I usually PMK at temperatures around 24C maintained with a water tempering bath to keep times under 10 minutes for the different films I dance through this soup

The precise time I don't recall, because I work my times from a development number that is fed into a dial calculator shipped with old Kodak darkroom datguides.