If you made two sheets, why not try developing one as you otherwise would have? TMY will not lose highlight contrast due to density unless you really abuse it. One stop is nothing. Even two stops is fine, since TMY-2 holds about a 14 stop range in linear fashion. Your highlights will be there, but your print exposure time will be longer.

Or better yet, if you really want to know, find a scene with similar lighting conditions and expose a sheet the same way. Try developing normally and see if your paper likes it or not. If you cut developing time too much, chances are you compress the tone scale too much, which isn't necessarily desirable.

- Thomas