Arkansas Traveler is an heirloom with heat resistance. But if you get over 90 degrees then you might want to try some of the Florida hybrids bred for heat resistance, but I don't know how they taste. Solar fire did not grow for me, it does not have the needed disease resistance. Southern varieties may do better like Creole, manalucie, Phoenix, HeatwaveII, Husky, Better Boy, Sioux, Super Sioux, Porter Pink, Green Zebra, Big Beef, Quarter Century aka Matchless, and Brandywine will stop producing around 95 but will come back again when the weather cools. Even Early Girl lasted longer than I thought it would. Cherry tomatoes always do better in the heat than larger tomatoes. Sweet or supersweet 100, sweet millions, suncherry, sungold, sunsugar produced better in the heat than the larger tomatoes.
My tomatoes can be shaded in summer. Adding 47% shade cloth around June-August and watering twice a day, helped improve yields. But it only works for me when the trades are turned on. Nothing really helps when the trades are turned off.
Happy gardening in Hawaii. Gardens are where people grow.