While I do not know if this applies to your camera specifically, there is a book out called "Hacking Digital Cameras" (sorry...I forget the authors name...it was something kind of screwed up as I recall) and there was a chapter on converting digitals to IR. From what I remember reading (it's been quire a while now since I read it) for most cameras it was simply a matter of removing the IR filter from the front of the imaging chip and then adding an IR enhancing filter to the front of the lens...pretty straight forward to anyone adventurous enough to take a screwdriver to their camera! LOL!!!
I was actually going to try it with my old Olympus C-4000 last year, but I ended up selling the camera to raise money for my Canon that I bought earlier this year.
Also, from what I've read in a number of places, if you're just looking for funky and cool effects, you can just use a regular IR enhancing filter...I've seen some pics taken that way and it is pretty cool. By their very design, digitals tend to be sensative to IR anyways so depending on what you're looking to do specifically, you really may not need to take the camera in/pull the onboard filter. In my case, I wanted to do some IR astrophotography (and still do) which is why I wanted the conversion for true IR (and still do). Now that some of the 4 megapixel cameras have really come down in price used, I may pick one up later this year and try the Hacking method...I'll let ya'll know how it works if I do.
Anyways, just wanted to pass on the info!