Nah, no way i am going to do that with my honeycomb tires. They need to be boiled to be more flexible. It is not a car with lasting tires and so on. In a couple of weeks i am (no GPS tracker, but guesstimation) to hit approx. 1000km on my scooter total (last year, this year) and the original tires should be changed by then. (i did the back based on a flat much earlier, the front also a bit before the end based on puncture and because it was almost time).
I am pretty certain a scooter has not anywhere near any benefit from it with that tire size, low weight and .. being two-wheeled. On a motorcycle i could not even rotate, based on different sizes, so why would that be necessary on a scooter then?