A lot of works have been dedicated towards understanding the relationship between throughput capacity and packet delay in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). However, nearly all these works either assume a localized transmission range, or report the relationship between throughput capacity and packet delay only in terms of the number of users. It remains largely unknown for such a fundamental relationship in terms of other network parameters, like the packet redundancy and node transmission range. As a first step towards this end, in this paper we derive closed-from expressions for throughput capacity and delivery delay under a general setting of node transmission range and also a generalized two-hop relay with limited packet redundancy. Extensive numerical results are further provided to explore how throughput capacity varies with delivery delay in terms of various network parameters, such as the number of users, the packet redundancy limit, and the node transmission range, etc.