I am new to VESC and bought a Flipsky 4.2 to drive my custom motor. The motor measured phase to phase inductance is 16 uH and resistance is 170 mohm. I read in some forums that this inductance (only 8 uH phase to neutral) might be too low and cause very high ripple currents. Is this a problem? Some forums recommend to add a series inductor on each phase in the order of 100 uH or increasing the PWM frequency to the order of 100 KHz. Have anyone used the Flipsky 4.2 (or 4.12) with a similar very low inductance motors? If so, any issues? Thanks!!