Typical CAN Bus termination involves a 120Ω resistor between CANH and CAHL. To go further than this, I've read that the 120Ω resistance can be split into two 60 ohm resistors with a capacitor in between to ground (Typically 4.7uF). This has the benefit of creating a low-pass filter for the common-mode noise on the network.
Because 60Ω is not a standard resistor value, is there anything wrong with using 60.4Ω resistors or two 30Ω resistors in series? Or is there another method to accomplish this.