DC link capacitor ripple current

Looking at the bulk capacitors for the 24V version, I was curious as to how they hold up at the large ripple currents involved in driving motors. The capacitors are rated to 1.19A RMS, so the 8 in parallel should allow for about 9.5A of ripple between the two channels. Since the ODrive’s MOSFETs are capable of delivering over 60A to a motor, wouldn’t that result in up to 30A RMS of ripple current per channel? Is this not a problem in terms of capacitor life?

Good question for @madcowswe