Not that I'm aware of, but you can check out Ecomodder for a more generic list. Some of them off the top of my head:Thanks much. Is there a "10 best eco mods" thread you can link me to?
-Grille block - you want to block as much as you can without the fan cycling during normal driving. This prevents as much air as possible from going through the aerodynamically dirty engine bay.
-Warm air intake (particularly in the cold months) - some RV ducting to around the catalyst works great.
-More complete underbody paneling, particularly in the rear.
-Raise tire pressure - NathanC runs his at something like 120psi. I run 45-48, my wife runs 42-44 in her car for some more compliance on rough roads.
-Rear wiper delete
-Antenna delete or relocation
-Electrical load reduction (e.g. LEDs)
-Kill switch, for engine off coasting at any speed - Natalya's FAS is a very elegant way of accomplishing this
-Brake drag reduction springs
-Lighter weight fluids
-Block and oil pan heaters
-Body gap sealing
Basically anything to cut rolling resistance (tire pressure and car weight), aero drag and frontal area, or engine losses (light fluids, kill switch). 100-150mpg is very possible if you take it really far, but some compromises are not for everyone.