I like the "playing with fire" energy I get from this post. I don't know how else to describe it. As a master streakbreaker myself I'm inclined to say go for it. But I wonder if it will have the same effect as unintentionally breaking your streak.
There's a bit of heartbreak when it's not your choice and circumstances got in the way. There have been days where I've already written my 200 words and only remembered to post it just after the deadline. That hurts and pisses me off a bit and sometimes I feel too pissed off to bother starting again.
Will you get that same feeling when it's intentional? Maybe not. Maybe you won't feel a thing to get started the next day. And if you don't is it really that new obstacle you desire?
But the fire is tempting and you'll never know what feelings it could stir up without trying. Maybe some new insights. Maybe it'll have a similar effect as artists who delete all their social media to announce the start of a new era.
Or you regret giving up your streak so much your writing descends into angry self tirades about your decision.
And as @lucjah taught me recently "But... I think it is also possible to grow staying in "the old", the known, the dull, in the too well known routine."
Whatever you decide I think the outcome will be interesting.