The PMBoK defines no methods or approaches. It is a body of knowledge. It is not meant, nor should you use it, as a method. The PMBoK, and other sources, can serve to inform your method, i.e., use components of it to develop your methods. So the answer to your question has to be "no" since it does not fit.
And to answer the intent of your question, the answer is also a no. Even if you had a well thought out method, you would never deploy it without some tailoring to fit the project at hand, in that environment, at that time. A non tailored deployment is evidence of a marginally capable PM and would threaten success. As a side benefit, the tailoring you do would serve as your method evolution, too, meaning the process of tailoring may cause a change that gets adopted as method.