Carb cleaner is ok, but plan on scrubbing with a nylon parts brush if you want to clean your rotors.
This is primarily for the 92/93. You have to be more carefull with the 94 and newer, as the rotors are epoxy coated for greater VE.
Be careful NOT to get any solvents in your case around the needle bearings for the ends of the rotor shafts. That grease is VERY expensive ($50 a tube), and is really a lifetime application you don't want to disrupt.
The bearings that capture the nosedrive end of the rotors in the intermediate plate are ok, as they're lubed by the nosedrive oil.