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You need to measure from the floor of the shoe (the inside) to the center of the axle. The MTB cleat is recessed but that's because the shoe has big lugs sticking out from the sole. Those don't affect the stack height.

A few CM? More like a few MM, and yes it does make a difference. Change your seat height the same amount as the stack height changes.

If you think a bit about the measurements you can make, you can duplicate your old position with the new shoes/pedals.
 
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