Color papers are designed with the yellow layer on the bottom and are designed for a film with an orange color. This means that the blue and green speeds must be faster than red by the density of the film + a safety factor to prevent crosstalk.
This results in an average filtration with tungsten light enlargers of 50R.
If you are on the cyan side, something is wrong with your film or your enlarger etc.
It is a tough call, but something is definitely wrong here.