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You can't. That's a limitation of SSHFS/Fuse: Everything is mapped to the permission of the user you use to connect with SSH by default. However, it appears you can work around this a bit with idmap files, see the options -o idmap, -o uidfile, -o gidfile and -o nomap in the man page.
Most likely user 'git' and user 'rtkit' share the same UID(or GID) on both machines. So the files are being saved with the correct UID/GID but that maps to different user names on each machine. Check /etc/passwd and /etc/group on the 2 machines to see where the UID / name mappings overlap. If this is just a backup, it really doesn't matter what the UID / ...
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