Just to double check, but are you sure speed is an important factor?

When you "git clone", you get a copy anyway, which is as fast as you can 
get it. It is only the push and pull that are affected, and you might not 
need them as frequently. There are other advantages of having the 
repository on another server, like redundancy (in case of a crash).

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