Frankly, I don't think you'd get a similar sound anyway. You have different woods, a different pickup, different electronics and definitely a different shape and mass of wood of the whole bass. That will give you a different response for the strings and therefore a different "sweet spot" to position your pickup. Event the EBMM models do not have their pickups at the exact same position but are fine tuned to the model.
If it was that simple to just measure the position of the pickup, then that would already be widespread knowledge. But there you go: 778mm for a 2000 StingRay without the compensated nut (that would give you a different distance as well...)
Others tried to copy the SR sound for decades, they build whole businesses on that and... failed. There's nothing like the real thing. Get one. You won't regret it!
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