It's not possible to do PBR on ACE. The "forward" keyword is just to route traffic instead of load-balancing it. However, you have no control over the routing table.
You could potentially achieve a behavior similar to PBR using catch all VIPs (0.0.0.0), matching on source-address and sending to transparent serverfarms composed of only 1 real server, but it would be a very messy configuration and can cause some issues (for example, you would not be able to route connections for which you don't see a SYN packet).
Just forget completely about the ACE and do the PBR on the 6500, it'll make your life much easier.
If you don't need to do the PBR based on the source IP address, then yes, you could just configure two different 0.0.0.0 vips (one for port 80 and one for any port) and point them to two transparent serverfarms.
Still, if possible I would recommend doing this on the 6500 switch itself.
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