TWC Modem/Router-with Apple Time Capsule extreme

Can someone find me on this configuration?

I'm trying to improve the coverage of the WiFi in my house and I'm trying to do so via an ethernet connection to two Capsules of time separate Apple.  One is an airport Time Capsule 802.11n (3rd generation/Firmware 7.6.4) and the other is a Time Capsule 802.11ac Airport (7.73 firmware).

I have a Time Warner cable wireless modem/router (Arris 860 has TG1672G). The configuration in the network for NAT settings is "RoutedWithNAT". I'm going out this modem/router via a ZyXel AV2000 HomePlug AV2 Powerline Gigabit Pass-Thru 2-port Ethernet Adapter (I have no ethernet strung in this particular room) in the AC of the Apple Time Capsule 802.11.  The configuration for that Time Capsule is Mode/Off/network wireless and network /Router Mode / Off (Bridge Mode).  The other Time Capsule has the same configuration.

That is the question... is the right way to get faster WiFi?  I realize by using the Homeplug may not help my cause, but I have to guess that it is faster to go wireless two correct time Capsules?

The issue I'm having is that it's slow and I can't understand why.

Thank you for the kind words.

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I wanted to add a few things to this post...

I tested out the ZyXel ethernet to my MacBook Pro and ran a Speedtest.  He retired.  Very fast.

Here are the screenshots of my two time Capsules config and my modem/router from Time Warner.

In the meantime, here is the speed I get via radio... pretty dismal.

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