The comments suggest that your notational choices may be obscuring the question,
which I and others have found difficult to untangle. If stated more precisely, the question might answer itself.

There is some variation of notation and terminology in the liteature, since twisted groups of Lie type are treated a little differently in each of Carter's 1972, 1985 books as well as in Steinberg's work, etc. The main point here seems to be that for a given Chevalley group with Weyl group $W$, you may have a subgroup $W^F$ of $W$ consisting of fixed points under a Frobenius-type map involving a symmetry of the Coxeter graph as in types $A_n$ for $n \geq 2$, $D_n, E_6$. (There are more elaborate versions leading to the Suzuki and Ree groups.) Here $W^F$ is again a finite Coxeter group, though possibly not crystallographic. So the basic theory of reflection groups applies to $W^F$ and its parabolic subgroups. But this doesn't involve finding coxet representatives for $W^F$ in $W$. To clarify such matters it would help to focus more on specific cases, which at some point you have to do anyway in the study of these finite groups.

[ADDED] It's worth emphasizing that the Coxeter generators of $W^F$ need not be reflections in $W$ (though they are involutions), so $W^F$ won't be a "reflection subgroup" of $W$. In particular, the length functions of these two Coxeter groups aren't directly comparable.

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