Without knowing the other people's hold cards and knowing which of my outs are dirty. I have 6 over card outs and 9 outs to a flush. So roughly around 60 percent equity.
lol, what ?
I don't know where you see your 60% equity ? Even against a PP lower than J (giving you possibly 15 outs), you're slightly behind HU (48.99% against 55)
Now on this board, you have to call
, no looking for a Hero fold (and esp. after you donked)
Against QQ, as shown, you've 40% equity. Count 37% against 99+ and 32% against 99, QQ+. If a V holds two of your outs, you lose around 5%.
Pot odds are 94/372 = 25% ( you forgot to include the 125$ shove in your calculation
So you're between barely +EV and nicely +EV.
As played, I think you have to shove over the top.
If V2 gives action, he will shove (which doesn't reopen the action) and if you call and V1 call, then remaining eff. will be around 120 for a main pot of ~500$ but no side pot - yet you've too good of odds to fold on turn for the main pot, except if turn is 9 or 4. Either you will be force to call, or you let V get off the hook if
turns and V is now scared. So it makes no sens to just call.
Now the issue is that you are in an uncomfortable spot... but you put yourself in it !
First you've many reason to squeeze preflop. Yes you've a decent hand, but you will play OOP. And calling will entitle limpers to call, shrinking your EV. I tend to favor more and more SB as only fold/3bet but without a calling range.
Second donking is to be made when the card(s) favors your range. Do you have many 4x on SB ? And you face limpers with potential 4X and CO with an uncapped range and short stack, which will (should) shove with all of his overpairs (99+). Problem is that you donk with no reason (explain here at least), no plan and no having foresee what are Villains' ranges, how they could react to your donk and no knowing what to do when you get action.
Also if you have a hand strong enough to donk this dry flop, then you've one strong enough to 3bet preflop.
Uneasy spot, but it all comes from a key preflop mistake and a marginal flop mistake.
Hope you didn't fold.