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They don't have one. They are carburetor engine and not fuel injected.Their reciprocated small pump was driven by relay just to feed the carburetors at high revs.Fuel pressure regulator is used in fuel injected engines and that came to production by Honda in the late '99s.
99-00 cbr 600 are in the class F4, while 01-06 are in the class F4i. For Australia, Brazil and Mexico models, the clymer manual only states 1999 Honda cbr 600f. No F4, but it does mention F4 for the U.S. models. I know there are differences between California models and the 49 states model because of stricter emissions laws in Cali. But it does seem as though there is a different in model names depending on countries.
FL stands for Fuel Injecton. Your fuel injection sensors have found a problem and the onboard computer chip is telling you. You must have a dealer read the computer code to find out what the problem is.
F1, F2, F3 and perhaps all carbuerated motorcycles do not have speed limiters. Even newer fuel injected 600cc and most 1000cc motorcycles will not have speed limiters. Usual cases of governors apply to sportbikes exceeding 1 liter like the ZX12, ZX14 and the Hyabusa