The ASA only supports the concept of primary and backup ISP. You cant use both at the same time if you need a default-route for both of them. And if you want to test the new functionality on the new link you probably need that.
As you might now there is no possibility to do PBR on the ASA, but just as a workaround you could send all HTTP and HTTPS traffic over a link based on nat rules... Or send all the VPN traffic over a link and then the rest of the traffic over the other one
Those are the two options you have
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