NO! Don't go back to the Ekit to work on chops. By the sounds of it, there's nothing wrong with the kit or, probably, your tuning. You're simply shocked at the sound and feel of it. Remember that, especially in confined spaces, the sound of acoustic drums are not easily tamed (and nor are they supposed to be) - ringing and snare buzz are all part of the sound of a drum kit. The only way to get used to it is to stick to playing on the real kit. You may need to cut your work regime down. Start out with just one groove and one fill and spend a lot of time on them. Start very very slowly so you can feel and see the stick response on every stroke of the groove/fill. Your aim now is to readjust mind and body. Trying to pick up where you left off from the Ekit is unlikely to work.I may have to break out the practice pad or go back to the e-kit to work my chops in the meantime so I don't continue to frustrate myself that I am not practicing.
As long as you stick only to playing your acoustic kit, sooner rather than later you'll gain the sense of familiarity that you currently have with the Ekit.