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It looks as if there is not much to share on the subject.
You get to be the pioneer and test a few glues to see how they behave.
I do know that TBIII looses about 70% of its strength at 180 degrees. TBII is similar, but more tolerant of heat.
I would guess epoxy is almost unaffected.
As for plastic resin, urethane, and resorcinol, you will need to try them out in some sort of comparison test.
Jeff Pitcher of Custom Pack Adhesives (look around here or online) will know more about this than me, for sure. He is always very helpful.
The West System epoxy guys have done extensive testing.
Their epoxy starts to get a bit soft around 140 degrees. There is some lost of strength as you would expect. It will return to its normal state and physical properties after it cools.
There are high temp epoxies that are used for car engines.
What is your part?