I believe that using one disc as a sprocket and a rotor causes the bolts to come loose eventually, regardless of installation technique. With a conventional rotor or sprocket the bolts are pushed in one direction only. With sprotors, they get pushed one way for braking and the other way for drive through the sprocket. This is what causes EVERYONE who runs them to have them loosen up.
Now, you can double up on the loctite, chase and clean your threads, do what ever you want and all you've done is push it out further into the future, but it WILL come loose sometime. A standard rotor or sprocket can installed such that it will NEVER come loose, a sprotor cannot, IMO.