The MTU is OK as it is. Smaller MTU will result in more encapsulation overhead. The long delay will most likely be caused by congestion in the Frame relay cloud. You cannot do much about that except swithing to another provider when you are not satisfied with the current servicelevel.
To improve performance on low-speed lines (<128k) consider implementing ip tcp header compression.
Make sure you have fast switching turned for your interfaces . Doing a show "ip interface" will tell you whether fast switchis turned on , is the processor running high ? If it's the frame you should be seeing "FECN"s and BECN's on the frame interfaces if it's congested .
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