I don’t know of one, and if there were one, I would be leery of its accuracy. Kitplanes published an annual listing, provided by the kit providers and plans providers of E-AB aircraft, complete with top speeds and stall speeds. There was, to be generous of the data providers, lots of optimism.
Sources that I believe to be reasonably accurate in the HBA category are Vans, Glasair, Pitts, Bearhawk and a few others, BUT, not all homebuilts conform with the factory airplanes that set the performance standards.
I do trust data measured by C.A.F.E. for the specific airplane tested (but not all examples of that design).
Such a list is useless. Any number of small changes in build quality could affect the actual results. If you want a speed range, well, sure... most airplanes go from 120mph to 160mph cruise. Depending on HP. There are many examples that will break that guideline like a Glasair that goes insanely fast for the HP.
But if your airplane had excessive weight or poor build quality you could easily lose 10mph off specs.
Having built a couple of aircraft I can vouch that build quality affects everything. I wanted to know advertised specs just to see where each plane fits in the grand scheme of things. The Kitplanes annual listing is what I was looking for, thanks!