There's a neat little feature of the free advanced water chemistry calculator at Brewer's Friend. You can enter your water report, salt additions and grain bill, as well as acid additions, to calculate your pH. (You can even specify a target pH and it will determine the amount of acid needed.) Just choose lactic acid as the acid type. Now, you could stop there, and just add the lactic acid, cutting out the middle man as it were, since acidulated malt is just malt coated in biologically produced lactic acid. But here's the neat feature. The final water profile report at the bottom of the calculator gives you an equivalent percentage of acid malt in the grain bill to your total lactic acid addition. This must make some assumption about the acid content of the acid malt (it can vary a bit with manufacturer or batch) but this would surely get you closer than just a random percentage from someone else's recipe.