It looks like the sensitivity of the M80 is 1.5 volts, as indicated in the manual here
, which is neither particularly high nor particularly low. The Aikido preamp appears to have existed in a number of different variations, using a number of different tube types, but after doing some research I suspect that its gain is probably a bit higher than average, perhaps 15 db or so. If you indicate what source you are presently using, which results in the volume control being at 10 o'clock or less, it might provide added confidence in that figure, as a rough approximation.
60 db + 15 db = 75 db, which corresponds to a voltage multiplication of about 5623 times (based on 20log(Vout/Vin)).
0.15 mv x 5623 = 0.84 volts.
With a phono stage gain of 60 db, and assuming 15 db preamp gain, that is the voltage that would be going into your power amplifier, under the standard test conditions for which the 0.15 mv is measured, with the preamp's volume control turned all the way up. Very loud musical peaks can cause a cartridge's output to exceed its output under the standard test conditions by several times or more, as I understand it. So with 75 db total gain in the phono stage and preamp you would be able to obtain the 1.5 volts that is necessary to drive the amp to full power under those conditions, without running out of range on the volume control. But a little more margin would seem desirable, especially given the uncertainty about the gain of the preamp. ActusReus' suggestion of 67 db for the phono stage seems very applicable.
Before settling on a specific phono stage it would be prudent to try to determine, via research or by starting a new thread, if others have obtained adequately low noise levels when using that specific model with cartridges having similarly low outputs. That is something that usually can't be determined from specs, especially if a very low output cartridge is being used, because signal-to-noise ratio specs tend to be defined both inconsistently and incompletely.