Ricks (and other cheapo aftermarket stators) have less copper due to being less densely wound, and thus are overall thinner. The coating on the copper is also thin and sometimes bad from factory (aka, a lower quality, cheaper product).
I'd probably send yours old one off to get rewound and just save it for a rainy day.
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